Report – Early US Gov’t History Seminar

Posted By on June 26, 2011

It has been a week since I travelled to Charleston, SC and renewed my ties with the Summerville 9-12 group. What an exciting time for me! Thursday night I was honored to be the keynote speaker for the group’s normal monthly meeting, and just like a year and a half ago, the room was filled with about 80 attendees. The topic for Thursday was, “States Rights The Key to Limited Government.” The group listened enthusiastically and engaged in a lively question and answer session. As a result of the evening, about 40 more people registered for the “Early US Gov’t History As You Never Heard It” seminar the next night.

Friday, again, was exciting for me. I have been actively pursuing a better understanding of our country’s early history for almost 30 years. During that time I have been patiently, not really, waiting on the time to present itself to begin publicly speaking and teaching the treasures I have uncovered. Friday night did not disappoint. Again, the attendees were active, engaged and participated in earnest. Scheduled to be a 3 hours session, the question and answer period extended us another 45 minutes.

What’s next? I hope those who attended the meeting will make a comment on this post, and share their thoughts. Next, the leadership of the Summerville 9-12 group, is looking to work with other grassroots groups in the Lowcountry area of South Carolina, and throughout the state to schedule more teaching and speaking engagements. We don’t need just education, or information about our founding period and its principles; we need passion that motivates us to action. Passion that brings life and energy to all our activities with the goal of restoring these principles and reviving true American Federal Republicanism.

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