Pastor David Whitney posts sermons, announcements, commentaries, and more. From his notices, you will learn of some of the classes around the country studying Institute on the Constitution’s U.S. Constitution course. Pastor Whitney is a Senior Instructor at Institute on the Constitution.

David graduated from Rutgers University as a Henry Rutgers Honors Scholar with Honors in History. He received his Masters Degree from Denver Seminary.

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November 30, 2016
Way More Than Draining the Swamp

Way More Than Draining the Swamp

Every expenditure of funds by the Federal Government not directly authorized by the Compact We The People made in forming that government, which is our Constitution, is not simply an illegal expenditure, it is actually theft; the taxation is theft and the expenditure is theft.
November 23, 2016
The Danger of Bad Company in the Executive Branch

The Danger of Bad Company in the Executive Branch

Who a person surrounds themselves with makes a profound impact upon them.
November 16, 2016
Millennials, Do You Support Karl Marx or the Bible?

Millennials, Do You Support Karl Marx, or the Bible?

One thing is clearly demonstrated by this election, we are a deeply divided nation.
November 9, 2016
Hillary Loses Race, and Soon, Her Freedom?

Hillary Loses Race, and Soon, Her Freedom?

...those promoting so-called diversity are actually opposed to it. They do everything in their power to shut out those who strongly disagree with them.
November 2, 2016
LaVoy Finicum, Ammon Bundy and Restoring Liberty

LaVoy Finicum, Ammon Bundy and Restoring Liberty

What ever happened to innocent until proven guilty and the right to be free on bond until the trial? Outrage upon outrage by our tyrannical masters from the corrupt sewer known as Washington, D.C.
October 26, 2016
Let My People Go Series: “Teach Your Children Well”

Let My People Go Series: “Teach Your Children Well”

What is happening to the Christian faith in America? Is it advancing or retreating, growing or shrinking?