“Introduction To The Constitution” with Michael Badnarik
Saturday, April 21, 2007
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Philadelphia Inquirer Building
Schuylkill River Rd. and 3rd St.
King of Prussia, PA
Would it surprise you to discover that the United States is NOT a democracy?
Would you like to know - once and for all - what the “electoral college” is, and why we have it?
If you don’t need a government permit to exercise your First Amendment rights, why do other people need a government permit to exercise their Second Amendment rights?
Would you sign the Declaration of Independence today if it meant that Homeland Security would arrest you for being an “enemy combatant”?
Michael Badnarik is an author, Constitutional scholar, and was the 2004 Libertarian nominee for President of the United States. He is currently traveling across the country presenting his highly acclaimed class on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Even if you think you know the Constitution well, you’ll be shocked at how much you were never taught. Come experience the passion and drama that shaped the birth of our country.
At the end of the day you will understand why it is important to continue “Lighting the fires of Liberty, one heart at a time!”
Full day class: $125
(Includes an autographed copy of Michael’s book: Good to be King)
Save $25 by registering before April 7th.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-539-8825. Space is limited.
Register now at www.ConstitutionPreservation.org
“Michael Badnarik has created a constitutional primer that will edify and entertain schoolchildren and seasoned libertarians alike.”
- Congressman Ron Paul