Commonsense PRC-Important Meeting TONIGHT!

Posted: December 7, 2015 in Uncategorized
Reminder PEC Meeting on The Constitution, TONIGHT 6 pm Fred’s Fish House
Our Founders Had a Vision
Is it being followed today?
The Commonsense Property Rights Coalition meeting this month will focus on the US Constitution, with a presentation by Robert Kreutzer, instructor of History at Alton High School. Mr. Kreutzer is an expert on the intentions of the founders when creating the Construction and how it is not being followed by the federal government today.
After his presentation he will take questions and we’ll have a lively discussion.
We’ll also have an update on the DNR land grab in Oregon County, the property tax situation, the coming elections and the situation in the world today. There will also be announcements regarding events coming up in January including the two day OSLU preparedness seminars January 23 and 24;  regular preparedness seminars at the Next Step 7th Day Adventist Church in West Plains (on the first Thursday of every month at 7 pm), and formation of a Pachyderms Club for the region, to meet on the second Thursday of every month. Preparedness seminars and Pachyderms meeting days were chosen to avoid conflict with two other groups that will resume meetings in January, The Campaign for Liberty in West Plains that meets on the third Thursday of the month at Chin’s Garden restaurant (6 pm) and the Ozarks PRC that meets on the fourth Thursday (6 pm) at Sunny Side Café in Mountain Grove.
If you want to learn more about the document that protects our rights, the US Constitution please attend this meeting Monday night, December 7, 6 pm at Fred’s Fish House in Mammoth. What better way to remember Pearl Harbor Day. See  you there. For more information please call 417 264 2435,
  1. Thanks for heads up, but it’s way too far for me to get to today.
    Have you thought about posting a video of your meetings to YouTube,
    so that those of us that can not make it could later watch?

    If someone could do this I would set up a threaded discussion forum that would link
    to the videos. (The comment section on YouTube is limited)

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