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Bringing Constitutional Liberty Back to Spokane, WA (VIDEO)

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“These tireless workers of constitutional liberty was such an amazing and encouraging sight!”-Jake MacAulay

Steps to correcting a problem:

  1. Awareness of the problem
  2. Finding a solution
  3. Implementing the solution using the correct tools

A recent event (view full-length event above) sponsored by Idaho Senator, Steve Vick, and State of Washington Representative, Matt Shea, was dedicated to solving the problem of constitutional liberty being trampled upon in the Spokane, WA community. They brought awareness to the issues, solutions for resolving those specific issues, and then introduced tools for individual citizens to take action at a one-day event at Covenant Church in Spokane.

Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) President Jake MacAulay was present to assist leaders like Pastor Ken & Valencia Peters of Covenant Church, City Council member Caleb Collier, Ron Stewart of Republican Conservatives, IOTC Chapter Leader Bob Peck, and IOTC Hosts Judy Crowder and Randall Yearout. In attendance were united a Church congregation, a K-12 school, and all other active Christian-Patriot groups in the area.
“These tireless workers of constitutional liberty was such an amazing and encouraging sight!”-Jake MacAulay
Watch this young lady recite the preamble to the U.S. Constitution by heart!:

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“These tireless workers of constitutional liberty was such an amazing and encouraging sight!”-Jake MacAulay

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