Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington on August 28, 1963 (turn up the volume).Sadly, civil rights revisionists such as the Institute on the Constitution assert that civil rights laws should not have been passed. Thank God they were passed and as Dr. King said, "we cannot turn back." … [Read more...]

National Religious Broadcasters Network Again Broadcasts Controversial Institute on the Constitution Course

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In 2012, the National Religious Broadcasters Network aired the Institute on the Constitution's 12 part course on the Constitution. The NRB took some heat over that choice, including the threat of a boycott from a group of pastors in the Cincinnati Ohio area. The same group of pastors threatened a boycott of publisher Thomas Nelson over David Barton's The Jefferson Lies.Near the end of the series, the NRB sent a mixed message about the future of the IOTC on the network. I honestly thought the … [Read more...]

Institute on the Constitution Doubles Down on Exploitation of Martin Luther King, Jr.

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In the Fall of 2013, the founder and director of the Institute on the Constitution Michael Peroutka made some outrageous claims regarding Martin Luther King, Jr. First, on the Steve Deace Show, Peroutka said King did not call for civil rights for blacks in his "I Have a Dream" speech. At the time, I demonstrated that the claim was false.  Then, Peroutka produced a video which repeated the same false claims. Then, Peroutka followed up by asserting that civil rights laws should not have been … [Read more...]

Minnesota State Rep Cindy Pugh Plugs Institute on the Constitution

Readers in Minnesota's state House district 33B (Saint Paul), your representative, Cindy Pugh, is plugging the theocratic Institute on the Constitution. Post by Institute on the Constitution.Among other assignments, Pugh sits on the Higher Education and Finance committee. The IOTC course is riddled with errors and so it is disappointing to see it get a high profile endorsement. … [Read more...]

No Minister of the Gospel Shall Be Eligible to the Office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor or a Seat in the General Assembly

Does this title represent a sinister new proposal by the godless left to keep Christian ministers from political office? Hardly. Rather, this is a section from the 1817 Constitution of the State of Mississippi. Apparently, the framers of that Constitution believed that the care of souls could be distracted by the care of the government. After posting Jake MacAulay's article on the issue of belief in God as a requirement to hold office, I checked out the original Mississippi Constitution. … [Read more...]

Institute on the Constitution Uses Spurious George Washington Quote to Mislead Followers

The Institute on the Constitution, founded by former League of the South board member Michael Peroutka, bills itself as an educational outreach of Peroutka's law firm. I have contended for over a year that the IOTC is a theocratic enterprise which does not educate but rather misleads followers about the Constitution.Today I note an illustration of how the IOTC subtly misinforms followers. On their Facebook page, the IOTC attributes to George Washington the following spurious quote: It is … [Read more...]

League of the South President Lauds Michael Peroutka’s County Council Victory

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As noted earlier today, former League of the South board member and founder of the theocratic Institute on the Constitution, Michael Peroutka, won the District 5 County Council race in Anne Arundel County MD.His friend Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, offered his congratulations to Peroutka on the League's Facebook page.   … [Read more...]

Michael Peroutka Wins Anne Arundel County Council Race

Michael Peroutka won the Anne Arundel County (MD) District 5 Council seat over Patrick Armstrong by around 1900 votes.Peroutka, founder of the Institute on the Constitution and former League of the South board member, will on paper give the Republicans a majority on the Council. However, more accurately, the Council now consists of three Democrats, three Republicans and Peroutka, a Theocrat who believes the wrong side won the Civil War.    … [Read more...]


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