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The demand for Institute on the Constitution (IOTC)  in schools is growing weekly. A Catholic school in Piqua, Ohio not only advertised IOTC in their Church bulletin on Sunday morning, but they canceled classes for the whole school to come and hear IOTC President Jake MacAulay’s presentation on the American View of law and government.  Two presentations were made, the first to K-4th graders, and the second to 5th-12th grade students.

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By the end of Jake’s presentation, all of the students could recite, by memory, the American View of law and government:

  1. There is a God
  2. Our rights come from Him
  3. The purpose of civil government is to secure God-given rights

The students now know that our rights come from God, not government, and that those rights are life, liberty, and property. Jake explained the right life; that we are created – not born – equal, and that abortion is against the law in America no matter what man says!

Watch the video below and see the  impact of IOTC:

February 22, 2017
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k-12th Graders Learn that Our Rights Come From God: IOTC on the Road

A Catholic school in Piqua, Ohio not only advertised IOTC in their Church bulletin on Sunday morning, but they canceled classes for the whole school to come and hear IOTC President Jake MacAulay’s presentation on the American View of law and government.
February 22, 2017
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Pastor Whitney Presents at Educational Policy Conference

Pastor Whitney’s speech focused on the proof that the Constitution has biblical roots, both in the overall structure and in the text.
February 22, 2017
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“Bribery” of a President and the Emoluments clause of the Constitution

One thing is clear, the Word of God speaks to this issue, the issue of bribery, and we should be on guard against bribery in every form. I wonder if perhaps the pay to play of the Clinton Foundation should be investigated and the former Secretary of State put in the dock for violating the Emoluments clause of the Constitution.
February 21, 2017
What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

Understand that the Judicial Branch of our Constitutional government has no more lawmaking power than a referee in a football game has power to make up new rules for the game. Both the court and the referee have a single job to do: discover and apply the rules to the rivaling parties before them.