Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Ten Lectures On Constitutional Law, by Henry Mark Holzer

The Constitution of the United States of America is under an unprecedented subversive attack from Barack Obama and his runaway Democrat Congress, aided and abetted by the complicit mainstream media.

While many American patriots are valiantly trying to fight for our core constitutional values, they're undercut because they know little about American constitutional law.

For a long time I’ve railed against the nature and extent of lay (and even professional) ignorance about the Constitution of the United States of America, a moral and political deficiency which is brought home to me personally each time I publish an article or a book. Or listen carefully to what most people are saying.

Even though I'm the author of many articles and some eight books, I've concluded recently that perhaps a more effective way to teach lay Americans about our Constitution is by using the Internet, given the huge audience it can reach.

Accordingly, I've prepared ten lectures on "American Constitutional Law." They cover the following topics: Formation of the American Republic; The American Constitutional System; Congress and its Powers; The Presidency and its powers; The Judiciary and its Powers; Intergovernmental Relations; Prohibitions on both Congress and the states: The Bill of Rights; The First Amendment; The Eighth Amendment; The Fourteenth Amendment. (A complete syllabus and registration information can be found at http://www.henrymarkholzer.citymax.com/constitutional_law_lectures.html).

My goal is to make a contribution to a better understanding of our Constitution, and arm patriotic Americans for the important political/legal battles of today.

If you see merit in what I am trying to accomplish, please send the announcement to as many people as you can, and ask them to send it to their own lists with the same request.

I have long preached that everyone must do what they can to fight what's happening to our country. This is what I can do.