The Enoch City Police Department is supporting the series, and each session will run from 7 to 9 p.m. at Enoch Elementary School. Police Chief Jackson Ames said there is no cost for the seminars.
“I’ve listened to Mr. Pratt in the past and he’s a great presenter,” Ames said. “This will be a great opportunity for all of us to learn more about our liberties and how precious they are as well as what we need to be doing to ensure the liberties we now enjoy don’t continue to erode.”
The first presentation is entitled “The Unknown American Republic of Republics.” In March 2011 the Utah government authorized HB 220, which requires the Utah schools teach that our form of government is a “compound constitutional republic,” not a democracy. The topic was debated for several weeks and the bill passed without a dissenting vote. Join us to hear “the rest of the story.”
The May 3 seminar will be on “Untangling Jurisdiction on Federal Land.” March news in Utah included a large crowd gathering to watch the governor sign into law HB 148, “The Transfer of Public Lands Act.” This presentation will include an in-depth look at the history of land ownership in America. Pratt presented this research on March 7, as the in-service training message to the Western States Sheriffs Association in Las Vegas.
On May 10, those in attendance will examine the history of history, with the presentation “Nurturing Our Cherished Myths.” On May 17, Pratt will give the seminar “Natural Law: The Moral Basis of a Free Society.”
The final presentation in the series, on May 24, will be “The Standard of Good Government: A Guide to Measuring Political Choices.”
The police department encourages members of the public to attend these free presentations.