August 8, 2005
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is a new federal mandate:
An evening with Constitutional Attorney Dr. John Eidsmoe
"What should schools teach about the U.S. Constitution?"
Former Gov. Jesse Ventura once stated that the U.S. Constitution
means whatever the Supreme Court Justices say it means. Is that what
students will be learning about the Constitution on Constitution Day? Or
does the Constitution represent enduring principles?
- "Each educational institution that receives Federal funds
for a fiscal year shall hold an educational program on the United States
Constitution on September 17 of such year for the students served by the
educational institution as Constitution Day and Citizenship
Evening also includes:
- Renowned constitutional attorney; author of 12 books, including
Christianity & the Constitution, Columbus & Cortez, and
the video series titled The Institute on the Constitution. Lt.
Colonel, USAFR (Ret.) Colonel, Alabama State Defense Force; Professor,
Thomas Goode Jones School of Law John Eidsmoe holds five degrees in
law, theology, and political science. He is a professor of at the Thomas
Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, Montgomery, Alabama,
where he teaches Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, Advanced Legal
Writing, Historical & Theological Foundations of Law, First
Amendment, Criminal Law, and Jurisprudence. He received the Outstanding
Professor Award in 1993.
Report on passage of 2005 MN American Heritage Education Act
Report on more "Federal Civics" in Congress
Date: Saturday, September 17,
Time: Registration begins at 6:30
begins at 7:00 p.m.
Place: Grace Church
Eden Prairie Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55347
floor Door #4 entrance on the east side of the building
Cost: $15 per
and refreshments provided.
of 8 available for your group.
available for teacher credit.
RSVP: Early RSVP by September 8, 2005
will guarantee a place.
952-361-4931 to order by credit card or send a check to
Peavey Road, Suite 116