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…

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The latest from Jake MacAulay

June 23, 2019

Founding Fathers Would Abhor #MenForChoice Fathers Day Perversion

It is in the love of one’s family only that heartfelt happiness is known. By a law of our nature, we cannot be happy without the endearing connections of a family.
June 15, 2019

A Thirteen-year-old is Threatened While Standing For Life in the Womb

In the Declaration of Independence, our founders were acknowledging a “self-evident truth” wherein they stated, “All men are created equal with certain unalienable rights.”
June 8, 2019

Can You Read, Do You Read?

There are at least three massive leaps of faith born out of the laziness and the ignorance of our Godless and reckless culture:
June 1, 2019

Did We Forget about Memorial Day Already?

The Declaration of Independence presupposes that all men are created with unalienable rights, and that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men.
May 24, 2019

An Open Letter to Rep. Steve Cohen: Your Denial of God in the Oath Disqualifies You From Office

To say, “So help me God,” is not “using God"; it is acknowledging and asking for advocacy and aid from whom the Declaration of Independence identifies as our Creator.
May 18, 2019

The Make-Believe World of a Transgender Powerlifter

Some things are real. Some things are make-believe. Knowing the difference is critically, crucially important.