Jake MacAulay serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute on the Constitution (IOTC), an educational outreach that presents the founders’ “American View” of law and government.  IOTC has produced thousands of graduates in all 50 states with a full understanding of the Biblical principles on which Americas founding documents are based.

Jake is an ordained minister and former syndicated talk show host who has spoken to audiences nation-wide, and has established the American Club, a constitutional study group in public and private schools.

Jake has been seen on Yahoo News, Fox News, The Blaze, AP, CBS, NBC, The Weekly Standard, and more…

Email: Jake@TheAmericanView.com
Twitter: @constitutionjm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jake.m.macaulay


The latest from Jake MacAulay

August 14, 2018

Should “In God We Trust” Return to Public Life and Be Backed by Law?

"Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports."
August 8, 2018

Once Again the Second Amendment Saves Lives While Ignoring it Incites Murder

Definitive, bright, unequivocal, and by no stretch of the imagination is the Second Amendment confusing.
August 1, 2018

Peroutka Resolution Claims Constitutional Rights for the Unborn!

Does anyone doubt that American culture is in a downward spiral? Shootings in schools, attacks on police, misuse of authority by police, disrespect of teachers, disobedience by children of parents, drugs, gangs, violence…
July 25, 2018

The Author of the Great Compromise Still Speaks to Americans Today

“Government is instituted for those who live under it,” and, “Let us live no more to ourselves, but to Him who loved us, and gave Himself to die for us.”
July 18, 2018

The Presidential Pardon for the Hammonds – Another Reason to Love the Constitution

Similar to the amazing grace extended by our Creator at the cross of His Son Jesus Christ, our founders understood the power of forgiveness and redemption and they codified it into our Law.
July 13, 2018

How Do You Choose a Supreme Court Nominee? Ask Hamilton

In American Courtrooms today, court rulings are not based on real law.  Rather, they are based on an imitation system, which is commonly called “case law” or “the case law method”.