Constitutional Sheriff’s Training

This course was filmed live in Norman, Oklahoma before many of the state’s sheriff’s and their deputies.

The course presents the historical background of the office of sheriff. Presentations explain the sheriff and peace officer’s role of protecting individual liberty with particular emphasis on free speech, due process, search and seizure. A firm understanding will not only serve the public but also help prevent unnecessary litigation against sheriff and staff.

History and Philosophy of Socialism

A brief introduction to Socialism and some of the networks and actors driving the socialist scheme in America. BLM, ANTIFA, The World Economic Forum and numerous global corporatists are all pushing the socialist one-world agenda. This will give you a quick primer to prepare you to go deeper into the history and working of socialism affecting us all today.

Bastiat the Law

This course presents Fredrick Bastiat’s essay The Law. This influential work is must for every student of liberty. It clearly lays out the proper role of government and reflects the thoughts of America’s founders. Course includes two video lessons, a pdf download, and an audio of the entire course.

Patriots of Color

William Cooper Nell’s work The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution was previously used as a textbook as a standard part of the American education system. This presentation by JC Hall shares the history of the black founding fathers and mothers who helped make America great.

Black Americans, once severed from their history can be convinced that the founding of America is not “their history” and so are susceptible to being manipulated into hating their own country and believing that the very essence of America is against them.  Additionally, the message of victim-hood becomes a self-fulfilling mantra that dis-empowers Black Americans and allows them to be manipulated by power seeking individuals pretending to be their saviors.

More Than Victims reveals how a proud history has been stolen from Black America and reconnects them to the nation they helped make great. This presentation will put this empowering information into the hands of Black Americans, so that they can give voice to this history in their own communities.Together as Americans we can revive this proud history for future generations and can counter the divisive and manipulative distortions that have attempted to sever Black Americans’ attachment to their own nation.

We are not victims; we are MORE THAN CONQUERORS.

Every American should know these names. Black Americans even more so…Crispus Attucks, Wentworth Cheswell, Seymour Burr, Jeremy Jonah, James and Hosea Easton, Job Lewis, Jack Grove, Bosson Wright, Elleanor Eldridge, and Phillis Wheatley. Peter Salem, Cato Stedman, Cuff Whittemore, Cato Wood, Prince Estabrook, Caesar Ferrit, Samuel Craft, Lemuel Haynes, and Pomp Blackman. George Vashon, James Lafayette, Pomp Fisk, Grant Coope, Charleston Eads, Titus Coburn, Cuff Hayes, Charrles Reason, Fanny Jackson Coppin, William Cooper Nell, Thomas Downing, George T. Downing, James McCune Smith, Frederick Douglass, and Caesar Dickenson. Course includes a four part video series. 

Settlement to Ratification

America’s founders suffered through decades of a lawless and oppressive British government trampling the colonists’ rights. For much of that time, the colonists petitioned and pleaded with their government while remaining loyal to the crown. However, there came a time when their sight shifted to separation and independence, then finally armed conflict. Several major events contributed to the sentiment toward independence. Four of those events are covered in this course: The Regulators War in North Carolina, The Liberty Pole Skirmishes & The Battle on Golden Hill in New York, The Boston Massacre, and the Gaspee Affair in Rhode Island.

  1. Intro: Road to Revolution
  2. The Regulators War
  3. The Liberty Pole Skirmishes & The Battle of Golden Hill
  4. The Boston Massacre (Coming April 6)
  5. The Gaspee Affair (Coming April 13)

Includes two download “Regulators War” PDF “Golden Hill” PDF


Understanding the Fourth Amendment

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

 Course Video Lessons

  1. Introduction to the 4th Amendment
  2. James Otis Jr.
  3. The Property Rights of People
  4. What is Property
  5. Exceptions

Includes Workbook

Intro. to the Judiciary

The Judicial Branch is one third of the Federal government. The federal government is defined and delegated its enumerated powers by the states through the Constitution, in Article III.

The Judiciary as a part of the federal government has no authority to expand the power of the federal government. The expansion of the federal government is authorized only through Article Five of the Constitution and requires the consent of ¾ of the states.

Course Video Lessons

  1. Introduction
  2. Limits of the Judiciary
  3. Duty of the Judiciary
  4. Limited by the Constituion
  5. Guardians of Limited Government
  6. Lifetime Appointements
  7. Judicial’s Check and Balance

Workbook is included in this course

Unconstitutional Powers

When Americans ask questions like “Can the president do…?” “Can the House, Senate, or Supreme Court do…?” the first sources that must be consulted are the Constitution and the people who drafted it. If the Constitution provides no authority for the activity, then the power does not Constitutionally reside in the hands the federal government. So more to the root of the question being asked, “Does the Constitution enumerate a power to the President to declare a state of emergency?

1. Course Preview

2. Class 1: Introduction: Asking the Proper Questions

3. Class 2: Where Does the Power Exist

4. Class 3: What Does the Constitution Say

5. Class 4: Can the Congress Constituionally Delegate their Power?

6. Class 5: Article 4 section 4 & Presidential Power

7. Class 6: Article 4 section 4 part 2

8. Class 7:Conclusion

The Pursuit of Happiness

 The Declaration of Independence declares that every person is guaranteed certain inalienable rights given to us by our Creator. Among these rights is the right to “Pursue Happiness,” but what does that phrase mean? We don’t have to guess at it’s meaning as it is well documented.

This class is the study of the origin and application of the phrase as intended by the founders who wrote it and the founders who signed that document.

Introduction to the Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence is the Sixth liberty charter in the long history of British law. It catalogues the grievances of the colonists and lay out the principles upon which they separate from Great Britain. It is rooted in the principle of sovereignty – that no one is naturally the ruler of another.

This principle is at the heart of individual liberty. Walk through this foundational document and learn the precise foundation that was laid for our future. See that the singular principle of liberty permeated all of our founders’ motivations. Arm yourself with the truth that you need to counter the dispersion’s about our Republic’s origins. To get immediate access to this course join Liberty First University by clicking on the “enroll” button.

Course Video Lessons

  1. Introduction to the Declaration of Independence
  2. Meet James Otis Jr.
  3. James Otis Jr. Leads the Way
  4. The Coercive Arts
  5. Governor Gage, Penelope Barker & List of Grievances

Course includes a PDF workbook you can download, print and use as a study guide.