Institute on the Constitution Course
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[IOTC1 is the basic implementation using all the base materials, but adding proven supplements, and other useful information.]
The format for each week that that you will look at is broken into 3 parts:
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Related to this week's lesson:
Example Schedule for 9 weeks of classes.
Outline of IOTC2, a new "intermediate" set of classes on the basic material with added detail. It is easier to run, but has more homework.
If no one knows you, are you really alive and human?
If no one KNOWS our constitition, it it really alive and protecting humans?
Your active knowledge is the protector of your Constitution!
Arm your mind with it and use it as God intended and our Founders enabled us!
Ron Cooper (© 2011)
Scary Obituary.pdf 1/26/2012 5:30:43 PM
Choose2012.pdf Making some choices easy to understand. 1/26/2012 5:31:56 PM
Ohio Issues in 2011 with National Significance 11/3/2011 11:48:17 AM
Voter Guides maintained by nonpartizan groups and statements listing arguments on Issues using Constitutional Principles to Think, 9/15/2011 11:20:55 AM
Are you tired of bailouts, stimulus packages and taxes so high your great-great granchildren's future has already
been compromised? Would you like to learn how to fight back effectively to re-establish our limited,
Constitutional Republic? Here's the class for you!
IOTC Course Information:
General schedule each week
A few words from Dr. David Barton on supporting people who support our country.
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Course Description & Information
Area Classes List
IOTC Home Web Page. This is where the IOTC is all done.
Ricki Pepin Given IOTCs' First "Great Commission Award".
This link has several resources used within the IOTC Course.
Web sources for "The Law" by Frederick Bastiat
Web sources for "How Tyranny Came to America":
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