Local Advocacy

Jake MacAulay was recently on a speaking tour in Lincoln, NE where he was a keynote speaker at the Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association. IOTC Nebraska Chapter Leader Stephanie Shade found IOTC last year at this conference and purchased the 12 Week Constitution course. She advertised that she would be teaching the course and over 50 people joined her class in Hastings Nebraska, including 20 students!

Jake had the privilege of eating dinner with the class after the conference; Little did he know that half the class would drive 220 miles that day to meet him and share their experiences. Jake said,

“I am so amazingly humbled to meet such amazing Christian Patriots like these Nebraskans.  I just want to do my part and encourage as many people as I can so that someday we can see the sun rise again on our Biblical Constitutional Republic.”
May 10, 2018

The Outstanding Work of IOTC’s Nebraska Chapter

Jake MacAulay was recently on a speaking tour in Lincoln, NE where he was a keynote speaker at the Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association. IOTC Nebraska Chapter Leader Stephanie Shade found IOTC last year at […]
September 8, 2016

In Light of New Policies, IOTC Founder Sponsors Resolution for Student Privacy Rights

September 6, 2016 - The Anne Arundel County Council adopted a resolution which called on the School Board to honor and respect the rights of all students, and their parents, when considering what accommodations it might decide to make to some who may request privacy regarding bathrooms and locker rooms.
December 22, 2014

Candy Canes & Politics

If you attended Institute on the Constitution First Friday Events or any of the Saturday Series Lectures then you have most likely encountered Frank Bradley. Frank has a unique way of sharing candy canes & […]
November 3, 2014

WHAT IS A REPUBLIC ANYWAY?

As the story goes, at the close of the Constitutional Convention, a woman asked Benjamin Franklin what type of government the Constitution was bringing into existence. Franklin replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.” […]