Learning & Living Liberty

On Monday, November 18, Lyn Bliss, chairwoman of the Darke County, Ohio Republican Women’s group, invited Ricki Pepin, IOTC Instructor, to speak to her group.  There were about 25 people in attendance for the topic – Electoral College or National Popular Vote – Which is Constitutional?  Which is “Fair?”  

All attendees were given a pocket U. S. Constitution so they could read for themselves what the Constitution says about the Electoral College.  No opinions. Just the actual original document along with the history behind it.  There were many surprised people as very few of them actually knew that the original Electoral College did NOT make provision for ANY popular vote of the people.  As those attending learned how much they did NOT know, many were eager to sign up for our 12-week Constitution course so they could learn even more.  

Keith Threewits, IOTC Graduate and Instructor, and Darke County Republican Executive Committee Chairman, graciously volunteered to lead this class, which will take place after the first of the year.  Multiplying the message!  This is our goal.  Thanks, Keith!

January 15, 2020

Ricki Pepin’s Class on the Electoral College

There were about 25 people in attendance for the topic – Electoral College or National Popular Vote – Which is Constitutional? Which is “Fair?”
January 2, 2020

The American View is Back in the Public Schools

In fact, for past year, I have visited a different public institution of learning on almost every trip I make! Generally, I am invited in as a guest speaker who teaches the Constitution. It is as simple as that.
December 5, 2019

Larry Mayo and Another Class of IOTC Graduates

Larry Mayo has done it again! Remember just a month ago when our president, Michael Peroutka, was in Delaware and graduated one of Larry’s classes? Well, he’s already back to the grind and just graduated […]
November 27, 2019

Anne Lucas Hosts an 125-Person Crowd!!

This year's 2019 event featured our President, Jake MacAulay, and his 14-year old son, Joshua. A full week before the actual event, it was a sell out crowd of over 125 people.