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Author and speaker Paul Engel has spent more than 20 years studying and teaching about both the Bible and the U.S. Constitution. That experience helps Paul explain difficult concepts in a way most people can understand. As one manager described, “Paul can take the most complex idea and explain it in a way my grandmother can understand.” Freely admitting that he “learned more about our Constitution from School House Rock (a Saturday morning cartoon) than in 12 years of school,” he says that anyone can be a constitutional scholar. Since 2014 I have been helping everyday Americans read and study the Constitution of their country and teaching the rising generation to be free. Using news and current events as a springboard, I explain the Constitution and encourage others to stand up and secure the blessings of liberty for themselves, their children, and the nation.

Spy in the Sky Challenges Our Fourth Amendment

The visual observation of the defendant’s premises from a helicopter did not constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment.” This led to the Maxon’s appealing the trial court’s decision. In general, courts do not consider something a search, if the item observed, was in plain view, the idea being that if you expected something to be private, you would not have put it where it was publicly visible…

The New Election Laws in Georgia and Texas

The New Election Laws in Georgia and Texas

There has been a lot of news lately about the reaction to the new election laws in Georgia and Texas. Let's see if we can weed through some of the hyperbole and disinformation, and find a little constitutional truth in all of this mess. Image Source: CNN Video frame...

Does the Constitution Matter?

Does the Constitution Matter?

I’m often asked the question, “Does the Constitution even matter anymore?” Today I want to look at some examples to see if the Constitution matters, and how we can help to restore it to its proper role as the supreme law of the land.

The Zombie Amendment: Is America a nation of laws or of men?

Why am I making such a big deal about this Frankenstein’s monster of an amendment proposal? In drafting the Massachusetts Constitution, John Adams noted that they were creating “a government of laws, not of men.” If this nation is also to be run by a government of laws and not of men, those in government must be forced to obey those laws…

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