New Series: Public Policy from a Constitutional Viewpoint

Third Saturday of each Month at 9:30 am to 12:00 pm beginning

September 15, 2018

The Franklin Round Table Presents

Hillsdale College Course on

Public Policy from a Constitutional Viewpoint

A large showing of Participants at the final session of Constitution 101 unanimously voted to continue study through an examination of public policy issues from a Constitutional viewpoint.

The first lecture in the new series is: The Constitution and the American Political Tradition

Learn about the most important current political issues

This series of 12 fascinating lectures is about national issues such as freedom of speech and religion, immigration, health care, taxes, marriage and the family, the environment, and more.

Hosted locally by:

Jim Jess, Vice Chair – Franklin Roundtable

When:  Saturday, September 15, 2018  9:30 a.m. – 12:00 There is a short break after the 1st hour.  During each lecture discussion “breaks” are taken where participants share their relevant perspectives.

Where: 799 Roswell Street Marietta – 2 blocks west of the Big Chicken

Coffee and donuts provided.

There is no fee, but donations are greatly appreciated.

While we encourage everyone to attend every session, there is no requirement to attend them all. Come whenever you can make it.

We ask that you please RSVP so we can plan for refreshments. RSVP to jim jess7@bellsouth.net or Ronny West cowboyym556@aol.com

 

James Wilson

Of the Study of Law in the United States — 1790
“The first and governing maxim in the interpretation of a statute is to discover the meaning of those who made it”.

 

New Name Same Mission. Georgia Tea Party, Inc. has rebranded as The Franklin Roundtable.