Constitution 101: Then Meaning and History of the Constitution
All Sessions are Full.
Hillsdale College Lecture Series CONSTITUTION 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution Brought to you through collaboration between Granite Mountain Republican Women and Yavapai GOP As we experience the full-on assault on our Constitution, we need to understand why preserving our Republic’s foundational principles is so critical. The Hillsdale College based Constitution 101 Lecture Series delves into our founders’ reasoning that is the basis of our Republic. Join like-minded people to study the Constitution and its supporting documents with Video Lectures from the political science faculty at Hillsdale College. We will look at how the founders’ principles apply today, how their original intent has been altered, and how the very nature of our republic has been changed. We’ll compare today’s progressive principles to those of our founders to understand why, because of man’s nature, progressive principles are doomed to failure. The class material you’ll receive will help you build your own personal library that you can share with others. Education is critical to saving our republic. Be prepared for the challenges ahead in order to keep freedom alive. Join our lively discussion on important topics:
Learn how to talk to others about the history of our country.
Confidently answer questions about our republic and how we operate.
Understand why our founding fathers constructed our Constitution as they did.
Discover what makes our form of government so unique.
Study the roots of progressivism and its LIES that threaten our republic.
See how our history books and our dictionaries are being rewritten.
Karl Marx vs. our Founding Fathers: who is right about the Nature of Man?
Steve and Sharon Zipperman will facilitate the DVD Lectures and deliver relevant material, broadening your understanding of today's challenges to our Constitution. The series of classes are offered Wednesdays beginning Feb 17h in the Finn at Touchmark. The morning series will be held from 10 AM to Noon and the afternoon series from 2-4 PM. The 12 Lectures are divided into two six-week sessions with a two-week break between sessions. All Class Sessions are FULL. WHEN:Two Six-Week sessions with a two-week break between the sessions: Lectures 1-6: Wednesdays, February 17 through March 24, 2020 Break: March 31 and April 7 Lectures 7-12: Wednesdays, April 14 through May 12, 2020 Morning (10 am – Noon) ORAfternoon (2 – 4 P M) WHERE:Touchmark at the Ranch, 3150 Touchmark Blvd, Prescott, AZ 86301 If you are unable to attend some classes, you can stay current by watching that week’s lecture online at home. Each week, prior to class, you’ll receive an email with class materials. Please be aware that classes fill quickly. For more information, please email Sharon Zipperman at firstname.lastname@example.org,. Class size is limited, so don’t delay! "Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives." James Madison
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