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April General Meeting
April 10 - 6:00 PM

Our general meeting in April will feature local demographer, political analyst and commentator, and longtime friend of the Tea Party, Elliott Stonecipher.  With the May 3 General Municipal Elections on the horizon, Elliott is sure to give us a lot of good information on the current state of government in our cities, and his analysis of any tax votes that may be on the ballot.  This is also an opportunity to ask for updates on some of the other things Elliott has been involved in and has talked about at past meetings (Highway 3132, etc.)

The meeting will be at El Chico on Greenwood Road in Shreveport.  The meeting room is available for dinner starting at 5:00, and the meeting begins at 6:00.

April Constitution Class
April 24 - 6:00 PM

We will be holding our April Constitution Class on Thursday, April 24.  While the exact meeting location is not set in stone yet, we have a good idea of where we will be trying to meeting for our constitutional classes on a regular basis.  Due to the issues Trejo's presented us in February, we were unable to begin our presentation of the Hillsdale College Constitution 101 class then, but plan to do so this month. While Hillsdale College is this year holding a new Constitution 101 class, it will probably not be available on DVD, whereas the original lecture series held in 2012 should be available on DVD to one of the board members very soon.  So current plans are to show the 2012 Constitutional 101 lecture series this year.  Either course will be using the same book that is available either in print or for download - The U.S. Constitution: A Reader.  The first link below indicates that the Reader may be available as a free e-book download.

For general info on the U.S. Constitution: A Reader supplemental textbook to the Constitution 101 lecture series, and purchase/download options, see the following link:

For info on buying a print copy (cost is $30 + shipping), see the following link:


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