Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Dear Fellow MCP Members,
Please look this invitation over and seriously consider registering for and watching this event. For those who may not be familiar with Hillsdale College, they are a private school that is providing one of the clearest voices anywhere calling for a return to the Constitution. In addition to this, they provide many free resources to help accomplish this goal. Notice that this is free, but you must register, and that it will be archived for future viewing afterward. Also, check out the other resources they have to offer while you're there.
Richard Cochran, President
Macon County Patriots
January 23, 2012

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Our Choice Today: Bureaucratic Despotism or the Constitution

Saturday, January 28, 2012
11:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. EST

This event will be archived for later viewing.

Register today: ConstitutionTownHall.com

On January 28, join Hillsdale College for a FREE online town hall on this timely topic. You will hear from:

U.S. Senator Mike Lee: "How the Federal Bureaucracy Undermines American Liberty"
Hillsdale professor Kevin Portteus: "Is There a Place for Regulatory Agencies in the Constitution?"
Hillsdale professor R.J. Pestritto: "How Did the Fourth Branch of Government Come to Be?"
Hillsdale President Larry Arnn: "Returning to the Constitution"


THIS IS A FREE ONLINE WEBCAST. YOU CAN WATCH FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME. BUT YOU MUST REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS LIVE, NATIONAL EVENT.

Go to ConstitutionTownHall.com now to register. Invite your friends, family, neighbors, fellow Tea Party members, plus anyone else who is interested in this important conversation.

You will have a chance to submit your questions to the speakers, and by the end of the event you will better understand how we can recover the principles of the Constitution.

Submit your questions to: townhall@hillsdale.edu


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