Michael Peroutka To Address Constitution Party of Mississippi Convention

Michael Peroutka is one of a number of speakers who is slated to address the Constitution Party of Mississippi’s 2012 convention, which will be held in Tupelo, Mississippi, on June 1st and 2nd.

Michael Anthony Peroutka speaks Friday evening and is the Keynote speaker on Saturday afternoon.  Explaining the American view of law and government, and the work of Institute on the Constitution, Michael will offer insight into the “un-reality” that is occurring in our government and culture, and will remind his hearers to join with those who want to restore the “re-ality.” A Christian and an attorney, Michael is co-founder of Institute on the Constitution (IOTC), headquartered in Pasadena, Maryland. He is a graduate of Loyola College (now University) in Maryland and University of Baltimore School of Law.

Other featured speakers include State Senator Chris McDaniel of Mississippi and E. Ray Moore Jr., the founder of the Exodus Mandate Project.

6 thoughts on “Michael Peroutka To Address Constitution Party of Mississippi Convention

  1. Jeff Becker

    Odd that he would speak at a CP event now after leading the Maryland CP to disaffiliate and then proceeding to trash the national Constitution Party on his American View program along with cohost John Lofton. Additionally, Mr. Peroutka no longer attends national CP events but instead attends and speaks at Christian Party of America meetings.

  2. Trent Hill Post author

    I thought it was odd too. Les Riley of Mississippi has always been friendly, with him though. I’m curious as to whether an invitation was extended to Virgil Goode.

  3. Cody Quirk

    If Les Riley -er, the Mississippi CP, is going to do this, then the IAP should also pass a state resolution opposing the ‘Personhood’ Amendment, since the IAP itself, and those Pro-Lifers out there that have a brain certainly do not support such a overly extremist and poorly worded proposal, especially here in Nevada.

  4. John Lofton

    Nobody “trashed” anything, Jeff. What we did on that radio show was to lament the fact that certain CP leaders failed/refused to defend the 100 percent pro-life position of the CP.

    John Lofton
    Communications Director
    Institute on the Constitution

  5. Cody Quirk

    -Along with bashing the LDS faith and anybody else that opposed your extremist line of reasoning.

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