GET INVOLVED

 

Montana Sovereign    

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Hold small meetings in your home to inform and educate family and friends about what’s going on.  Let us help you get started.

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SOME IDEAS FOR NEIGHBORHOOD OR          IN-HOME MEETINGS:

 

· Learn about the American form of Government

· Constitution Classes

· The Federal Reserve and Our Economy

· Endangered Species Act, Wolf and Grizzly Introductions

· Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development

· Is the United Nations good for America?

· State Sovereignty and Nullification

· Private Property Rights

· The War on Christianity and Family Values

· The Political Parties and the fallacy of the Left versus Right Paradigm

· History of Unions in America and Montana

· The Progressive Movement in America

· The myth of separation of church and state

· Communism and Socialism in Montana

· An informed citizenry

· Something is just not right with our Public Education System

· Montana’s Constitution and the Environmental Movement

 

NOTE:  These are only suggestions.  If you have other subjects you’re interested in, give us a call and we’ll see what we can do to help you get started.

 

Over the past couple of years, we have worked hard on developing educational material on a variety of important subjects, and have used this information in numerous public meetings. 

The information is intended to help people fit the pieces of the puzzle together and give them a solid understanding of the problems facing our nation. 

We understand that many people are busy just trying to make ends meet and it’s difficult for them to get out to meetings. 

As an alternative to public meetings, we’d like to ask you to consider holding a weekly or monthly in your home with friends, family and neighbors to watch, read about, and discuss these issues.

We would be more than happy to get you started, or please visit our EXPOSING THE ENEMIES OF FREEDOM page on our other website for ideas on videos and handouts that might be helpful:  www. brushfiresmt.com

For more information, and a list of topics, call us at (406) 626-3007.  We look forward to hearing from you soon.