April 28, 2016 – The topic on the significance and functions of the Supreme Court has been part of the curriculum in high school; however, Mike Durham, a local professor thought that Montgomery County Republican Women needs further review on the significance of the highest judiciary branch of the government during their general meeting on Thursday at River Plantation Country Club in Conroe.
Alice Melanon, the Corresponding Secretary of MCRW, stressed on the importance of understanding the Supreme Court in creating a shift in the nation’s political landscape. Mike Durham shared a four-part series on the Supreme Court that he had thoroughly researched on and developed for presentation purposes on May. He also discussed the Article 5 movement which tackles the kind of government the State has which is “of, by, and for the people”. Durham together with the participating body included in the discussion the topic on the impeachment process which Melinda Fredricks – State Representative Executive Committee Woman for Senate District 4 – thinks as a weak and cumbersome process.
A lot of reviews had come up about the critical impression that would come out of this interactive presentation by Durham. This course is set for four, 2-hour sessions held from 1pm – 3pm on May 4, 18, 25 and June 1, at Woodlands Bible Church , Timberloch Drive in The Woodlands.