Friends,

We have a lot of great events coming up throughout the Metro Detroit area, as two of the leading voices for constitutionally limited government will be coming into town in October and November to spread the message and sow more seeds of liberty!

On Nov. 7 at 7pm, John F. McManus will be speaking in Troy to talk about the United Nations. McManus, President Emeritus of the John Birch Society, has been fighting the evils of globalism and the new world order since the 1950s. He is the world’s leading expert on the United Nations, and how the organization has been working to undermine American sovereignty since its inception.

This will likely be the last time that McManus ever speaks in Michigan, and you don’t want to miss him. This is also a great event to bring some Trump supporters so that they can understand exactly what they are facing. Tickets are only $10, and feel free to e-mail me if you want some. The address is Somerset Inn, 2601 W. Big Beaver, Troy, MI 48084.

But you don’t have to wait until November to become inspired by the spirit of liberty. KrisAnne Hall will be traveling to Livonia on Oct. 4 to talk about the importance of state sovereignty. Hall is a constitutional historian who travels across the country to correct untruths and falsehoods about the legacy of the Founding Fathers. I have listened to her speak close to a dozen times, and it never gets old!

You can attend the event in Livonia free of charge, but you are encouraged to buy some of Hall’s books, t-shirts, and other educational items as she travels the country to educate people free of charge. The event goes from 6:30pm to 9pm at the Elks Lodge, 31117 Plymouth Rd, Livonia, MI 48150.

Right now, these are very dark times we are living through. Although the cause of liberty does not have as much momentum behind it as it did several years ago, it is incumbent upon us to keep the flame going when the chips are down. I hope to see you there at both of these events.

Sincerely,
Shane Trejo
State Director
Michigan Tenth Amendment Center