Republican Club meeting notice


Carolyn McCorkle

The Sun Lakes Republican Club will feature “America’s Perfect Plan of Liberty” with special guest speaker Earl Taylor, Jr., at our regular meeting on Tuesday, February 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. The public is invited. This is a presentation that you will want to share with your neighbors and grandchildren!

Earl Taylor, Jr. is a sought-after national speaker and President of the National Center for Constitutional Studies since 1995. The NCCS was founded in 1971 upon the realization that Americans were losing sight of the incredible “Freedom Formula” our founders gave their lives to establish. This has resulted in some of our Founder’s most unique contributions for a free and prosperous society becoming lost or misunderstood. Therefore, there has been a need to review the history and development of the making of American to recapture the brilliant precepts that made Americans the first free people in modern times. It is the mission of the NCCS to restore the U.S. Constitution in accordance with the original intent of America’s Founders.

Earl Taylor, Jr., has taught The Making of American Constitutional Study course to thousands of people over the past 30 years throughout the nation. He has developed other study courses for a wide range of participants, from high school students to state legislators. The NCCS has published many books, including the core books, The 5,000 Year Leap and The Making of America, by Dr. W. Cleon Skousen, as well as distributed over 15 million copies of The Pocket Constitution. As Thomas Jefferson stated, “Education… is the true corrective of abuses of constitutional power.”

Taylor will provide a refreshing look at the solid political and economic principles from the preamble through the amendments to the U.S. Constitution. We will learn how nearly every problem in American today can be solved by restoring these successful concepts.

Mr. Taylor has a degree in corporate finance from ASU and received his Master’s Degree in Political Science from George Wythe College. In 1998, Taylor was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Law degree from George Wythe College and serves as a member of the adjunct faculty of George Wythe College. Taylor served as coordinator in 1985 of the Winter Conference for State Legislators where nearly 400 elected officials from 30 states met to study The Making of America. He has written a special study guide for the Boy Scouts of America to help them earn their Citizenship Merit Badges. Taylor also helped structure courses on the U.S. Constitution for college re-certification of public school teachers.

Arizona State Representative Jeff Weninger will provide a legislative update on the first few weeks of the new legislative session. For more information, visit our website at or contact Mike Tennant at 480-802-0178.