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March 22, 2017
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James Madison and IOTC in Culpepper, VA

Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) President Jake MacAulay and his son Micah embraced the opportunity to speak at several events and Church services in Culpepper, VA. Jake, a homeschooling dad of four, was also fortunate to take Micah on a tour of Montpelier - the home of the Father of the United States Constitution, James Madison.
March 22, 2017
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North Dakota Home School Association Convention Welcomes the American View & IOTC

"Homeschooling is the bright light for the future of our country as parents train up children in the Biblical View of Law and Government." - Pastor David Whitney
March 22, 2017
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Marriage is No Business of the State

As a pastor today, I will not conduct a marriage ceremony for anyone who is marrying utilizing a State issued marriage license. Family and church must take back the ground unrighteously surrendered in the past 100 years.
March 21, 2017
"Healthcare Rights" in America, Since When?

“Healthcare Rights” in America, Since When?

In the American view, the purpose of government is to secure, to protect and defend God-given rights. But God didn’t grant anyone the right to healthcare, a decent home, a remunerative job, an education, food, clothing or recreation paid for at the expense others.
March 15, 2017
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Middle School Students Memorize the American View of Government

Americans of all ages, and of many religious and political affiliations, embrace Institute on the Constitution’s (IOTC) resources. Perhaps the people group who are most fun are America’s future leaders, our children, who believe that God’s law should never be compromised by man or government.
March 15, 2017
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America’s First State Graduates the American View of Government

“First State IOTC,” as they are referred to, has long been after the preservation of the Constitution in Delaware. We believe that fidelity to this American View is crucial to the preservation of liberty, and represents the Delaware Chapter, inspiring the people of America’s first state to learn and discover the truth about our Constitution.