Light Dinner and Constitution 101 Crash Course Classes
Thursday, July 30, 2020
or Saturday, September 19, 2020 .
Presented by Frankie Anderson
Nationally Known Lecturer, and Educator on the U. S. Constitution
“Every word of the Constitution decides a question between power and liberty.” James Madison
Fast- paced and interesting class. Bring a 3-ring binder, a fine-point pen and a highlighter.
- Most Important clauses with the framer’s intent
- Who were William Blackstone, Algernon Sidney, Montesquieu? Why should you care?
- What to make of the many current recommendations for “improving” the Constitution:
- Why was the president given the power of Reprieve & Pardon?
- Speech & Debate Clause-a license to assassinate a citizen’s character?
- What about the Compact of States?
- What about the Convention of States?
- Is the Constitution in danger of Implosion?
When: Thursday, July 30 – 6:00 – 6:30 pm Meet, greet and refreshments of catered submarine sandwiches, chips, beverage and dessert. Presentation begins at 6:30 pm
Or: Saturday, September 19 – Presentation from 10 to 11:30 am and 12 to 1:15 pm with refreshments of catered submarine sandwiches, chips, beverage and desert from 11:30 to 12.
Where: Salem Centre, 7235 Bonneval Road, Jacksonville FL 3356
Seating is limited: Cost is $30 and includes light dinner, pockets size copy of the U. S. Constitution and class material.
Refreshments in classroom permitted.
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Mail checks to: We Can Be Heroes Foundation, 14286-19 Beach Blvd., #120, Jacksonville FL 32250
Lessons are replete with original sources: The Federalist Papers, Noah Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language 1828, Associate Justice Joseph Story’s Commentaries, 1833, and first governmental principles from the Bible.
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