Camp Constitution’s Annual Report for 2020

(This report is a few weeks late due to the fact that we recently moved from Boston to New Hampshire.)


 Camp Constitution’s Report for 2020

Our 12th Annual Family Camp: This was our first time at Singing Hills Christian Camp in Plainfield, NH.  We had the largest turnout in our history with over 140 attendees and guests.  We were pleased to have new instructors Dr. Felecia Nace, Attorney Jonathan Alexandre of Liberty Counsel, and William Brown of Save the Persecuted Christians.  For the first time in our camp history, we had marksmanship where 40 people young and old fired weapons for the first time.  


YouTube Channel:  We were averaging 10.000 and have approximately 1,200 new subscribers. Our most popular videos are Debbie Bacigalupi’s class on California Wildfires, and Agenda 21, Manning Johnson’s, and Rev. Steve Craft’s Color, Communism, and Common-Sense class from last year’s family camp.  If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes to visit our channel and subscribe.     

The Sam Blumenfeld Archive:  We are averaging 0ver 100,000 views a month, with over 3,000 Alpha-Phonics downloaded per month.  

 Since launching the Blumenfeld Archives 33 months ago, close to 250,000 Alpha-Phonics and 50,000 Alpha-Phonics instruction books have been downloaded. 


Camp Constitution Radio on Podomatic:  Our listenership has almost doubled over last year with over 9,000 visits and over 3,000 shows downloaded.  A donor recently gave us the funds to become a “Broadcaster” giving us unlimited space.       

Facebook Page:  Over 3,000 likes.  We also manage nine Facebook groups.  Facebook recently disabled my account.  All of my Camp Constitution Facebook videos, pictures with the exception of those on our page went down an Orwellian Memory Hole.  We started a group on MEWe and encourage readers to visit and like our new group on MEWE:  

Speakers Bureau:  Prior to the lockdown we had eight speaking engagements which included an all-day seminar in New York hosted by the Gimenez family.  We hosted two videos showing of the movie Unplanned.  Since the lockdown and gradual reopening, we spoke at six Open Up Massachusetts rallies.   Rev. Craft, Tom Moor, Rich Howell spoke at the annual Flag Day-Second Amendment Rally in Central Massachusetts. In August and September, we had ten speaking engagements in Maine including Rev. Craft as the keynote speaker at a rally in Houlton.  Rev. Craft and I spoke to a group in Douglas, MA hosted by State Senator Ryan Fatman. We hosted well-attended   barbecues at the Lane House in Lexington on Independence Day, and Labor Day Weekend.  Rev. Craft conducted several presentations in the Naples, Florida area after a pastor saw his video on Color, Communism, and Common Sense.  We also hosted video presentations and started up our monthly luncheons in November at the Lane House.


  Information Tables and Outreach: Prior to the lockdown in March, we had information tables at several venues, and a first-time presence at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. During the lockdown, we had information tables at the annual Flag Day Second Amendment Rally in Massachusetts, and for the first time, we had an information table at the Heaven’s Saints Motorcycle Club Rally in Helen, Georgia         

       Camp Constitution’s Website: We are seeing a steady monthly increase with over 40,000 views from January to June.  Our on-line shop experienced steady sales over last year.

Camp Constitution Press: We reprinted And Not a Shot if Fired.   We published Sam Blumenfeld’s School-Induced Dyslexia and How It Deforms a Child’s Brain, reprinted Negroes in a Soviet America and American Negro Problems.  These were Communist Party pamphlets that were reprinted by Patriot groups in the 1950s and 1960s to show how the Communists were promoting race hatred.