Welcome to the Institute on the Constitution
What Can You Do To Help Restore The Constitutional Republic?
I want to commend you for your interest in our Constitution and for your love of America.
At IOTC, you not only have the opportunity to educate yourself. We also provide you with tools to educate your community and get involved in local government. So, where should you start?
As you explore our website, please note 3 action steps you can take in the top navigation bar: ✔Pray ✔Study ✔Act
Start with step one, Pray, and go from there. Or, start by taking our FREE U.S. Constitution Course under step two, Study.
Liberty under law is our heritage and a blessing we earnestly seek to preserve for posterity.
Thank you for joining us.
Attorney Michael Anthony Peroutka, Founder
Rep. Ron Paul
"Institute on the Constitution classes should be taken by every elected official, and every U.S. citizen who desires to have the United States governed Constitutionally."
Dr. Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis
"Help Institute on the Constitution defend against those in opposition to God's Word."
This is an excellent source of information about the Constitution and how citizens are to respond to the threats facing our Republic! Knowledge is Power! Our representatives in DC could learn a thing or two!
Historian David Barton, Wallbuilders
"Thanks for inviting me to be a part of Institute on the Constitution. May God prosper you and your endeavors for Him! God Bless!"
It is your duty to know the U.S. Constitution! This is a great place to learn about it!!
Good course to help you understand the thinking of the founding fathers and the influence that God had over them.
This is great, everyone needs to learn about the Constitution and how it protects citizens from the government.
Don't miss this course! Excellent.
Knowledge is power. If you take one civics/history course this is the one to take. Learn about the liberty the founders left you.
About Institute on the Constitution
Established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2004, IOTC's mission is to restore the constitutional republic through grassroots education.
All courses and materials are developed using primary source documents, and taught from the "American View" of law and government, as defined in the Declaration of Independence:
1. There is a God.
2. Our rights come from Him.
3. The purpose of civil government is to secure and protect our God-given rights.