Educate Yourself


What is Leadership

The Patriot’s Library

The Meaning of 912

What is Vetting a Candidate?


The “General Welfare Clause” – Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

Presidential Executive Orders (A)

The Federalist PapersThe mission of The Federalist Project is to get people the history public schools don’t teach to motivate them to push back at the erosion of our liberties and restore constitutionally limited small government.

The Middle East

America’s Great Generals

Manifesto of the Communist Party

Our Four Legged Troopers – Part 1, Part 2 (World War 2)

The Young Patriots Page – links to family friendly learning sites

Our Government – learn how our government works, Constitutional studies, the three branches, the checks and balance system and more.

Barack Obama Scorecard

America’s Political Parties

Economics in plain English

What is the Debt Ceiling?

The National Day of Prayer – First Thursday in May

Know Thy Enemy

Agenda 21 –

Rules for Radicals

The Plan

The American Progressive Movement – What every Conservative needs to know

Radification of Treaties – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

What is a Straw Poll?

Home Schooling

IRAN – The Strait of Hormuz Strategy

Hate Speech


What is the Electoral College?

What is an Executive Order?

Constitutioinal Education

Online Classes and Tutorials – Hillsdale Constitution 101 Graduates

Sharia Law – an in depth look at what Sharia Law is and the ramifications of it being instituted in the United States.

The Czars – Presidential Advisors and Cabinets – Past and Present

The Tea Party – what is it all about?

September 11, 2001 Then – Freedom Tower Now – Ground Zero Progress web cam and memorial and historical links.

Study Groups

Advocacy Training

Preparedness Training

Activist Training

Legislative Education

Volunteer Service

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