Speaker: Everett Shropshire (bio and topic outline below)
The Club at ArrowCreek
Hayek Salon Discussion: 5:15pm
Please Register Before the Event
Our Founders' Vision for America
Most Americans say our nation is on the wrong course. But there's no consensus about the right course. What is the purpose of America, and the proper role of government in the lives of its citizens?
Everett Shropshire says today's Americans are largely ignorant of our roots, our rights, and how economies function. They're focused on equality of outcome rather than opportunity. He offers a look at the original intent of our Founders as a guide to regaining our sense of purpose and direction.
Everett Shropshire has a bachelor of arts in political science, and a master of arts in theology. He has been teaching government, economics, and the Constitution since 1979. He has taught at private and public secondary schools, and was adjunct faculty at Capital Bible College in Sacramento for several years.
Everett and his wife, Marilyn, currently reside in Virginia City, where he teaches at Virginia City High School.
Hayek 'Salon' - To Begin at 5:15pm:
Join us early for collegial discussion an networking. Modeled after the
15th century Italian tradition, our formalized discussion session will bring a new element to the monthly Hayek Dinners!
The goals of the Hayek Salon are provide Hayek participants the opportunity (1) to participate in the discussion of important issues and learn from other Hayek participants, (2) to get to know other Hayek participants through focused conversation, (3) to interact with young people who attend the Salons and allow them to learn from more seasoned citizens.