If you’re interested in the Convention of States Project and enjoy a good,  old-fashioned debate,  you’re in for a treat.

Convention of States Project director Michael Farris will join Oklahoma State Senator Rob Standridge on March 19 and 20 to debate leaders of the Oklahoma John Birch Society on the efficacy of calling a Convention of States to stop the abuses of Washington,  D.C.

Questions have been swirling around the Convention of States issue,  and Michael and Rob look forward to answering many of them.  A Convention of States is our best chance to stop the overreach of the federal government,  and they want to explain why all arguments to the contrary fall short.

It promises to be an excellent,  informative debate,  and we encourage you to attend if you live in the Oklahoma City area.  If you aren’t able to attend,  no problem.  You’ll have the opportunity to watch a recording of the debate,  which we’ll post on our website.

Details are below:

DEBATE #1: On March 19 at 12 p.m., Michael Farris and Rob Standridge will debate Oklahoma John Birch Society leader Bob Donohoo.

WHERE: Olivet Baptist Church, 1201 Northwest 10th St. Oklahoma City, OK.

DEBATE #2: On March 20 at 7 p.m., Farris and Standridge will debate Donohoo and Charlie Meadows, President and Founder of the Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee and long-time John Birch Society member.

WHERE: First Assembly of God Church, 2500 E Lindsey St. Norman, OK.

Seating is limited at both venues, so come early to save yourself a good seat!

We look forward to seeing you there.

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Jordan Sillars