“Beware Of The Con-Con Con Job” Is The Topic For November “First Friday” Speaker Chuck Michaelis
In his talk on November 5, Chuck will discuss the four basic positions regarding whether a new Constitutional Convention should be held, their political implications and how they fit into the debate. Also to be discussed is the historical background of Constitutional Conventions in the U. S., the creation and use of crises to get them, and the modern attempts to magnify existing crises by groups who want to re-write the Constitution.
Chuck will also discuss the new Constitutional model that is already written and waiting to be officially adopted based on the portions that have already been implemented and the men who wrote them and their motivations.
As with past “First Friday” discussions, this one will be held at 8028 Ritchie Highway, Suite 315, Pasadena, Maryland 21122. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Chuck’s talk will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. The event is free but because of limited space please RSVP to 866-730-9796. Refreshments will be provided.
Chuck Michaelis is president of Rocky Fork Formulas, Inc, a Westerville, OH company which designs and distributes nutritional and dietary supplements. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Michigan State University (1989) where he participated in published studies on flavor components imparted by oak aging of wine from different oak species and harvest areas (American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, Vol. 4, 1992). Chuck also spent several years in the analysis and development of infant and adult liquid formulas.
Chuck is married since 1986 to Jenny and has three daughters- Liz, Rachael and Stephanie. He lives in Westerville, OH. He is currently attending Providence Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Pataskala, OH. In the past he has served as a delegate to Nazarene Church District Assemblies and as a member of the Sunday School board and has taught or assisted in teaching several classes in the last several years including Experiencing God, Evidence That Demands A Verdict, How to Study the Bible for Yourself, God and Government and Thinking Like a Christian. He is a student of the presuppositional approach to Christian apologetics. Chuck serves as Executive Director of Camp American and is the Vice-chairman of the Institute for Principled Policy.
Camp American is a week-long Christian worldview camp emphasizing a biblical approach to history, government, economics and all aspects of life. The Institute for Principled Policy is an Ohio based think-tank which works to steer public policy at local, state and federal levels from a committed Christian perspective.
Chuck is an amateur historian and has a special interest in the American Founding Period (1492-1812) including the Biblical and philosophical origins and making of the US Constitution.
The non-partisan Institute on the Constitution is an educational outreach project of the law firm of Peroutka and Peroutka.blog comments powered by Disqus