In this fight for Liberty we have found that the average american does not know their constitutional rights as American citizens
here you will find some tools that we hope will help inform our nation, and enable everyone to join us in our fight for LIBERTY.
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Understand the Constitution like never before - for FREE
The U.S. Constitution is the key to securing liberty for all Americans -- yet very few know exactly what it says, and what freedoms it protects. Hillsdale College is dedicating this year to educating millions of Americans about this critical document. That's why the College is offering its most popular course, "Constitution 101" for free, when you sign up now.
Hillsdale's course, Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution, features the same professors who teach this course on Hillsdale College's campus. Hillsdale is one of the only colleges in America -- outside of the military academies -- that requires every student to take a course on the Constitution to graduate.
The course is delivered via email, with one lesson per week for 10 weeks. Each lesson features lively teaching and discussion boards, suggested readings, weekly quizzes, and more.
The National Center for Constitutional Studies is 100% awesome. They have seminars that people can host called "The Making of America".
Our mission is to help people find effective ways to really make positive progress in KEEPING THE REPUBLIC.
Constitution and Civics FREE Courses:
Free Common Law Courses Offered
Very amazing book for beginners!!!!
THE 5,000 YEAR LEAP
28 Great Ideas That Changed the World by W. Cleon Skousen
(copyright 1981, 2009)
“Anyone who says the American Constitution is obsolete just because social and economic conditions have changed does not understand the real genius of the Constitution. It was designed to control something which has not changed and will not change—namely, human nature.”
― W. Cleon Skousen