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Badnarik Constitutional class raffle and giveaway.

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Michael Badnarik Constitutional class raffle and giveaway.

FreedomsPhoenix has acquired 4 tickets to Michael Badnarik’s constitutional class on July 31, 2010 in Phoenix Arizona.   We will be raffling off 2 to the highest bidder.
Then we will be giving away 2 tickets to the person who has the best reason on why they would like to attend the class.  Please bid on the comments section and or send your response to  Subject: Badnarik Constitutional Class giveaway. The final decision is the publishers.  All submissions are the property of Freedoms Phoenix.

You will learn the answers to the following questions:

·        Would it surprise you to discover that the United States is NOT a democracy?

·        Would you like to know – once and for all - what the “electoral college” is, and why we have it?

·        If you don’t need a government permit to exercise your First Amendment rights, why do other people need a government permit to exercise their Second Amendment rights?

·        Would you sign the Declaration of Independence today if it meant that Homeland Security would arrest you for being an “enemy combatant”?

Michael Badnarik is an author, Constitutional scholar, and was the 2004 Libertarian nominee for President of the United States. He is currently traveling across the country presenting his highly acclaimed class on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Even if you think you know the Constitution well, you’ll be shocked at how much you were never taught. Come experience the passion and drama that shaped the birth of our country.

 At the end of the day you will understand why it is important to continue “Lighting the fires of Liberty, one heart at a time!”

 Download the flier

Saturday, July 31, 2010

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport North

427 North 44th Street (Downtown) Phoenix

Full day class: $100

For more information call 512-461-0995

Includes an autographed copy of Michael’s book - Good to be King

4 Comments in Response to

Comment by Ed Price
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Just a thought... and I am not picking on any training or classes with this.

If a constitutional class or government class does not at least touch on "trust," it needs to change. Why? Because "trust" is the foundation of all relationships between people. And the relationships that people have is their government.

From the smallest governments - those of families - to the largest multinational democratic republics, nobody knows entirely what's in the heart and mind of anybody else. For government to work, there needs to be some form of, at least limited, trust.

The Constitution is a trust document.

In our automatic trusts that we have with the members of our families, or with the stranger we pass while walking down the sidewalk, if the "trust" isn't spelled out in the form of a written/spoken document, Government tries to take control of our lives through what is known as a "Constructive Trust." This is how Government messes with our lives when there doesn't seem to be any reason for it.

Look up "constructive trust" in the legal dictionaries and encyclopedias.


Comment by Ed Vallejo
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Why don't you show up tonight and ask him yourself:


Comment by Ed Price
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What does Michael think of

Comment by Keith Cyrnek
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Bid for one ticket $40.

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