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Hosted by:  Mike Warner, Editor of

Soon we will begin online presentations to help you establish “American Clubs” in your middle schools, high schools and colleges.  To be updated on the schedules and links for these events please contact us via the “Contact” page on this site and indicate your interest in “American Clubs.”

Have you been depressed over the lack of true American History and civics education received by your children?  Perhaps you, like many of us, have come to realize your own short comings regarding how our government should work so you can know when it ISN’T working and why.  

The Institute On the Constitution (IOTC) has the answers you seek.   We are using the IOTC course materials to educate individuals and families about the God ordained functions of government.  There is no cost for the classes.  We do encourage you to buy books and materials of your own and perhaps come to the place where you yourselves may wish to present this material in schools and form “American Clubs” to engage up and coming generations to understand what government school curriculum works so hard to hide from students and parents.

Think of it this way.  The last thing someone who abuses the law wants is a people who know what the law is.  We are not saying all legislators are bad.  A legislator, county commissioner or city council person may know a lot about the way “things work” today, but the way “things work” today is not working for “We The People.”  Government today is out of balance and largely out of control.

This course will teach the true basis of all government and the American view of government as understood and established by our founders.  Everyone in the American form of government is an EMPLOYEE.  Each is delegated with power that rightly belongs to the people.  What that means however is that since they are our employees it is our job to instruct them on the functions and limits of their authority.  In order to do that “We The People” need to know what they are.  The Tennessee Constitution Says: ” That all power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and happiness; for the advancement of those ends they have at all times, an unalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform, or abolish the government in such manner as they may think proper.” (ARTICLE I. Declaration of Rights. Section 1.)

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Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) is launching partnerships with students in public and private schools across America! This new initiative has founded American Clubs on high school and college campuses across the country. IOTC helps students establish their clubs, provides them with educational resources and curricula, facilitates booking national speakers, and grants them a platform to publicize their endeavors. The American Club emphasizes the significance of The American View of Law and Government, but also empowers the students to live their faith with courage and conviction. Students will gain many skills as a result of participating in the club which includes written and oral communication, leadership, organization, and management. The clubs will even have free legal representation and backing from the Religious Liberties Law firm of Liberty Counsel!

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American Clubs

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