Nov. 26, 2011
Introduction to the Constitution
a fundamental explanation of the philosophy of Liberty
Taught by Michael Badnarik
Michael Badnarik is a Constitutional scholar and author of Good to Be King, a beginners guide to the Constitution and Bill of Rights. He travels the country teaching an eight-hour class on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
On Jan 14, 2012 Michael Badnarik will be teaching his acclaimed class in Oklahoma City at the State Capitol. This event is graciously hosted by Oklahoma’s own Champion of the Constitution, State Representative Charles Key.
This event will mark the beginning of OPERATION DOMINO EFFECT, a project that will endeavor to bring Michael’s fundamental understanding of the Constitution and Bill of Rights to every state capitol in the nation in 2012.
If you want to be a part of OPERATION DOMINO EFFECT in your state, find more details at Constitution Preservation.org
Michael Badnarik writes;
The most important aspect of this class is the philosophical reasoning that justifies having any government at all. The ONLY purpose for our founding documents is to defend the ideas of “life, liberty, and property”. Once you truly understand this principle, the Constitution is extremely simple to understand.
This eight-hour class will be a life-changing experience, even if you consider yourself knowledgeable about our founding documents. Class begins at 9:00am and continues until 6:00pm with a one-hour break for lunch, and occasional breaks throughout the day
Each student receives an autographed copy of Good to be King, which is used as the text for the class. The class is valued at $250 or more, however students may attend for only $150, or 4 ounces of .999 fine silver. This is an incredible bargain for a $20 hardcover book, 8 hours of instruction, and several additional hours of personal interaction with the “Stepfather of the Constitution”.
You have to know your rights to defend them!
I believe that with the clarity that comes from taking this Constitution class by Michael Badnarik, we will be best prepared to defend our rights on the state and local level.
Date: January 14, 2012 9AM – 6PM
Place: House Chamber of the Oklahoma State Capitol
Cost: 150.00 per student (or 4oz of.999 fine silver)
For reservations contact:
Howard Houchen at 580-317-5058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Kaye Beach at 405-818-3224 or email email@example.com
Michael Badnarik’s website http://www.constitutionpreservation.org