Pastor David Whitney celebrated Constitution Week with many Patriots in Westminster, Maryland on Monday night presenting, Restoring America One County at a Time. Pastor Whitney spoke on how each of us must play a role to ensure our framing document is upheld and included actions we can all take TODAY to return our country toThe American View of Law & Government. The crowd was enthusiastic and was filled with many citizens who are already plowing their row in His field!
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On Wednesday night, Michael Anthony Peroutka spoke at Peace Lutheran Church on the topical subject of “No God, NO Rights! This eye-opening articulation! If you accept modern secularists’ “separation of Church and state” then you have removed any defense you may have of your God-given liberties!
Michael Anthony Peroutka was the featured speaker at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, where he presented the very relevant topic, “Our Government is Not Going to be More Righteous than You” on Tuesday night. Again the crowd, of nearly 50 people was enthusiastic and included several young people who were interested in establishing an American Club at their high school. A County Councilman was amongst the attendees and was very supportive of not just IOTC but Michael’s bid for local government. Take Back Your Country, By Taking Back Your County is the second step to regaining our republic. Studying the foundational principles of freedom with the IOTC is the first task necessary to rebuild!
Michael Anthony Peroutka spoke at Maria Stein Legion Hall on Monday night on why civil government needs to obey God, not play God! The crowd of 50 people was enthusiastic but they cheered when five-year-old Isaiah recited the First Amendment! IOTC is grateful for the many supporters in Ohio and the thousands of graduates from the U.S. Constitution course. Just like the Minutemen from the War for Independence, we need to be ready at a minute to defend liberty, and that means knowing what is in our founding documents better than we know sports trivia or other pop culture issues.
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