IOTC Defending the Constitution

People are more than willing to protest the mistreatment of feral cats, but what happened to the people protesting the slaughter of infants? This is the question Michael Poututka poses in a recent campaign video. Peroutka, who is the co-founder of Institute on the Constitution, is running for re-election to the Anne Arundel County Council. He has been working in Arundel County for the last three years to pass legislation that reflects the American View of law and government, and is loyal to the U.S. and Maryland Constitutions. Now he is taking a stand against abortion in Anne Arundel County. Peroutka says,

“We can begin with a resolution acknowledging that pre-birth, children are human beings, and, therefore, legal persons, deserving dignity and respect from conception until natural death. I plan to introduce such a resolution to the council, and I hope to have the full support of my colleagues and the county executive…”

Peroutka is fighting for the lives of the unborn in Anne Arundel County. He is a perfect example of what local governments should be doing all over the country. He is restoring America on the local level, one county at a time.

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April 15, 2018

Working to End Abortion in Anne Arundel County

Peroutka is fighting for the lives of the unborn in Anne Arundel County. He is a perfect example of what local governments should be doing all over the country. He is restoring America on the local level, one county at a time.
August 2, 2017

Holding Government Representatives Accountable: This is How it’s Done!

Read the letter below from IOTC Instructor Ricki Pepin to IOTC President Jake MacAulay on a suggestion they proposed to Rep. Warren Davidson on changing "cookie cutter" letters into "constitutional commentary" letters. What a simple, yet brilliant idea! 
January 19, 2017

Defending the Constitution – Legislators Must Consider Abuse of Power

Legislators must be mindful of worse-case scenarios when considering legislation because the sinful nature of man creates opportunity for abuse of power.
December 6, 2016

Defending the Constitution – Private vs. Public Property

Anne Arundel County Councilman Michael Peroutka (District 5) challenges the public acquisition of private property because whenever private property disappears, man’s liberty is diminished. Man is placed completely at the mercy of the state. There is […]