BOOK & HANDBOOK 1 The Constitution Made Easy by Michael Holler --and-- The Patriot’s Handbook of American Liberty
The Constitution Made Easy not only offers a modernized version for easier reading; it actually makes the meaning of the original seem to jump off the page! The Constitution has been called the greatest governing document ever written by man. Understanding it is worth the effort, and now easier than ever before.
BOOK 2 The New England Primer, introduced by Benjamin Harris
The New England Primer, introducecd in Boston in 1690 by Benjamin Harris, was the first textbook printed in America. For a century after its introduction it was THE beginning textbook for students; and until well into the 20th century (there was a 1930 edition), it continued to be a principal text in all types of American schools: public, private, semiprivate, home, dame, parochial, etc. The Founders, as well as millions of other Americans, learned to read from The New England Primer and the Bible.
BOOK 3 The Bulletproof George Washington by David Barton
Colonial George Washington’s perilous experiences in the French and Indian War are chronicled in this riveting account of God’s providence and protection. The only officer on horseback to avoid being shot down, young Washington openly attributed his miraculous escape from harm to the intervention of a sovereign God. A story once founded in student textbooks, this awe-inspiring adventure is recaptured in a modern edition complete with maps and illustrations.
BOOK 4 The Second Amendment, Preserving the Inalienable Right of Individual Self-Protection, by David Barton
The Second Amendment has become one of the most controversial parts of the United States Constitution. That Amendment, written in 1789 by the First Congress and ratified in 1791 by the States as part of the Bill of Rights, states: “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bears arms shall not be infringed.”
BOOK 5 The Role of Pastors & Christians in Civil Government by David Barton
How should a Christian contribute to public affairs? Investigate the examples of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Mayhew, Roger Sherman, Charles Thomson and other Christians at the vanguard of the Revolution. The Church and its leaders played a vital role in achieving American independence and they established a precedent for today’s Christians to follow. Discover Biblical guidelines for political involvement nd ways to act upon your convictions. 56 Pages.
BOOK 6 Restraining Judicial Activism by David Barton
Americans once enjoyed the finest fruits of judicial integrity but we now speak with distaste at the many unpalatable decisions served by our judges who have usurped power and become robed legislators. In Restraining Judicial Activism, David Barton illustrates the current extremes of egregious judicial decision and discusses the constitutional process of removing reprobate judges from office, using the means specifically designated by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution.
BOOK 7 Separation of Church and State: What the Founders Meant by David Barton
This new book is very timely for one of the most frequently debated issues in America: the separation of church and state. Where did this phrase originate? Was it always meant to prohibit expressions of religious faith in public settings as many claim today? Learn the answers to these questions and discover the Founding Fathers own words and intents in this book! With all these resources, you will be able to clearly understand the original intent of the Founding Fathers and be able to share those beliefs with others!