Liberty Tree University
Keith Broaders
The Online Professor
1230 N Street
Apt 510
Sacramento, CA  95814
United States
Phone: 916-399-4881
About me

Constitution Club

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The founding principles of our nation are based on natural laws which can not be altered, amended or abolished. Water always freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 212 degrees. The legislature can not repeal or suspend the law of gravity. or any of the other natural laws.

The Constitution was created to limit the power of the national government and protect the God given rights of the people.

The Constitution is either a contract between the states and the national govenment or it is not. There are those that believe the document needs to be strictly interpreted and enforced while others believe that the meaning of the Constitution needs to change with the times.

If the Constitution can be changed without going through the amendment peocess through the amendment process we will be governed by the whims of men rather than the rule of law.

If you believe our governemnt's primary responsibility is to preserve, protect and defend the rights of the people you favor a republican form of government. If you believe the government should be able to pass laws that benefit some of the people at the expense of others, you believe in socialism.

Become a Certified Constitutional Scholar

The original Constitution consisted of seven Articles and 4,543 words and you can become a Constitution Clib Certiifed Constitution Sccholar by successfully completing the following lessons and passing the final exam with a score of 95%. To receive your Certificate of Completiton call Keith Broaders at 916-399-4881.

My Quia activities and quizzes
Article I Section 1
Article 1 Section 2
Article 1 Section 3
Article 1 Section 4
Article 1 Section 5
Article 1 Section 6
Article 1 Section 7
Article 1 Section 8
Article 1 Section 9
Article 1 Section 10
Article 2 Section 1
Article 2 Section 2
Article 2 Section 3
Article 2 Section 4
Article 3
Article 4
Article 5
Article 6
Article 7
Bill of Rights
Declaration of Independence
Preamble to the U.S. Constitution
Constitution Rags to Riches
Expert U.S. Constitution Quiz #1
Expert U.S. Constitution Quiz #2