The Constitution as the Founders Understood It
on 5 DVDs!
Unlike most regular Constitution classes, online and in person, that are fairly dry walk-throughs of the basics of the Constitution, this class builds a foundation for the Constitution on non-revisionist history!
Based upon further information I've revealed and uncovered since teaching my first Constitution Class in 1992, this class is a complete departure from ordinary Constitution education. This is perfect for homeschoolers and anyone who would really like to shakeup your representatives, public officials in your county, and how to really determine if any public servant REALLY knows the Constitution and can adhere to their Oath of Office!
Held in an intimate living room setting before a number of active and knowledgeable patriots, the depth of teaching is much greater and exposes many of the lies we have been taught about America's founding. It covers the truth about the Declaration of Independence, the issues at the Constitutional Convention, the perpetual Articles of Confederation, and the fact that the Constitution, the best possible document for creating a government that ensures freedom, was not without its flaws and those flaws very nearly caused its demise. It was very nearly defeated for many of the same issues that we face today!
I believe that the best explanation for the difference between this class and others came this week from a lady currently taking the class. I will paraphrase her as best as I can.
"Most Constitution courses start with the premise that the Constitution was perfect. They don't teach the areas where there were conflicts between ideologies and those conflicts resulted in flaws within the Constitution that have been exploited..."
This observation is likely better having come from one actually attending my class. I definitely drill-down into the fundamental principles, the clashes between those who truly sought individual sovereignty and a level of freedom unheard of in the world at that time and those who really leaned more towards a "softer" version of the monarchies and aristocracies most American colonists had just fled from.