U. S. Constitution: Principles and Answers

Three-Hour Presentation

Presented by Dr Earl Taylor, President of the National Center for Constitutional Studies

Over the course of the evening, using the Constitution itself, with stories, examples, and audience involvement, participants will learn—

· How the Founders discovered, over a period of 180 years, the Principles of Liberty which preserve the rights and privileges of all mankind.

· How to think like the Founders. You’ll learn why the Constitution is in the balanced center of the true political spectrum.

· How the Principles of Liberty are woven into the Constitution like a delicate fabric.

· Powerful teachings any citizen can use to show mastery of the Constitution.

· The necessity of a moral and virtuous people and how to achieve it.

· The limits of power placed upon the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.

· How the Constitution was designed to protect the sovereign states.

· Warnings from the Founders about concentrating power in Washington.

· What about getting involved in foreign entanglements?

· Why the Constitution will never be outdated or obsolete.

· What each person can do now to help strengthen America.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

(Presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 pm)

Huntington Branch Library

In the rear of the Community Center

41 Church Street, Shelton

Enter the parking lot of the community center, in the courtyard the entrance of the Library will be on your right. Use the doorway on the left to go downstairs

Donation: $10.00 (Bring a high school or college student for $5)

Seating is limited to the first 70 tickets purchased

One attendee will win a copy of the

5000 Year Leap, Personally signed by Dr Taylor

Each attendee to receive:

· Pocket Constitution

· Principles of Liberty Bookmark

· Resource list of NCCS learning aids

Sponsored by 9-12ers of Southern CT

For tickets & more information, contact: SouthernCT912-Patriots@yahoo.com