Pledge of Allegiance

Pledge of Allegiance

How many times have we stood and recited the Pledge of Allegiance without really paying attention to what we were saying?  Did the words “pledge”, “allegiance” or “republic” mean anything to us?  With 20 minutes of analogies – including candy bars, kings, henchmen and jumping off cliffs – hopefully you and your children will more…

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IN THE CONSTITUTION SEMINAR SERIES We understand the principles of freedom upon which our country was founded, and yet, sometimes, we feel uncomfortable when it comes to tying those principles in with the actual document that serves as the law of our land. That’s what the “In the Constitution” seminar series is all about!  The…

Money In The Constitution

Money In The Constitution

With a national debt at over $18 trillion and unfunded liabilities over $100 trillion, the question begs being asked, “How did we get ourselves into such a mess?” It shouldn’t be surprising to learn that the founding fathers and the Constitution provided the solution and still have the solution to return us to solid financial…

Education In The Constitution

Education In The Constitution

The founders preached the necessity for education and schools in order to have an informed electorate who could remain free by understanding their Constitutional freedoms, by voting intelligently, and by scrutinizing the actions and positions of their elected leaders. But, how did they intend education to be implemented? Once again, the Constitution gives us insight…

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