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Written by Marlene Checketts

The 2nd Annual Freedom Forum will be presented Friday, June 24th, at the Roundup City Park (by the stage) at 7:00 pm. This year's Freedom Forum "Liberty and the Constitution" features Scott Bradley, a well-known supporter and speaker of the Constitution of the United States. This event is a community service and everyone is invited.

In 2016 Scott Bradley was nominated by the Constitution Party to run for Vice-President of the United States. To quote Bradley: "46 plus years ago I took an oath when I went into the military to uphold and sustain the principles this Nation was founded on, and that is not an oath that has an expiration date on it. That is something I believe we must stand with to the remainder of all existence even, and I am committed to that."

Bradley holds a doctorate in Constitutional Law and is the founder of 'The Constitution Commemoration Foundation, Inc.', a non-profit organization which fosters increased understanding of the Unites States Constitution, in the tradition of our Founding Fathers. The Foundation encourages a return to the original intent of proper government as understood and practiced at the time of America's founding. Bradley is the author of a lecture series titled "To Preserve a Nation".

"The United States Constitution is the charter of our liberty", says Bradley, and he will speak to that at this Freedom Forum.

Performing patriotic songs for us that night will be Sabra Mack, a native of Melstone, Montana, and daughter of Roger and Sherry Mack. Sabra, once a Nashville Country singer, now is at home again in Melstone. Her music will fill the air (and you) with patriotism!

You may recall the Religious Freedom Forum hosted last year at the park by the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints supported by five of our religious leaders in the Roundup community as speakers: Pastor Dave Collins (Gospel Country Church), Minister Shawn Berry (Church of Christ), Pastor Mark Hall (New Life Church), Pastor Dave Collins (Gospel Country Church), Pastor Amanda Liggett (Zion Lutheran Church) and Kert Christensen (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). Jeff Lazloffy of the Montana Family Foundation updated us on happenings in Montana law concerning families.

Church leaders agreed and declared that "united we stand" as a community, even in different religious views. As we know and show that, this is an evening you won't want to miss! It is free of charge. Come listen to Bradley as he speaks about the United States Constitution as the charter of our liberty and hear Sabra sing about liberty!

Bring your family and neighbors and fill the park, Friday, June 24th, 7:00 pm. There will be bleachers or bring your own chair or blanket. See you there!


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