No Constitution Classes Valentines Day Week

No Constitution Classes Valentines Day Week

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Carlsbad Constitution Class: Legislative Process (Article I, Section 7)


Carlsbad
Health From Within Family Wellness Center
1818 Marron Rd., #103
Carlsbad, CA 92008
6:00 pm
Thursdays

For Zoom, www.1776foreverfree.com has the details.

Download and print lessons at http://www.douglasvgibbs.com/class-handouts

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Beaumont Constitution Class: Enumerated Powers Continued

Constitution Class: Winchester - War Between the States

Wednesday's Winchester Class will be held at 6:00 pm until further notice.

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Rise Up Church, 32655 Flight Way, Winchester


Do not use GPS, it will send you into the dirt roads behind our location...


Take Scott Road to Pines Airpark Road (between Winchester Road and Leon Road along Scott Road), go up Pines Airpark Road (in is a narrow paved road) to the end. At the end you will see three crosses up on some rocks and to the left a gravel entrance onto the property. We are meeting in the building (through the sliding glass door) across from the entrance into the tent church.

Amendment Twelve, Lesson 18

Shadows of Emptiness


 A presence in the absence of light is a foundation of emptiness.  

-- Douglas V. Gibbs

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

San Juan Capistrano Constitution Class: Reconstruction Era

San Juan Capistrano Class, Tuesday, 6:00 pm, Selma's Chicago Pizzeria, 31781 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano.

Amendments 13 - 15 (Reconstruction Era Amendments): Download Handout


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Mr. Constitution Online Class: Article II, Sections 3 & 4

 


Constitution Class on YouTube,

Tuesdays, 3:00 pm Pacific


Today: Article II , Sections 3 & 4

(Executive Branch Concluded)



LIVE and for watching later:

https://www.youtube.com/c/MrConstitutionClasses

http://www.mr-constitution.com

Fallbrook Constitution Class: Monetary and Federal Reserve Education, Week 2

Tuesday Morning, 11:00 am, Fallbrook Constitution Class, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 911 E. Elder Street.

Alan Myers will be joining us once again, this time for week two of his monetary system, federal reserve education (Modules 6-10).

Alan will have handouts with him, but if you wish to download them, go to

Monday, March 28, 2022

Chino Constitution Class: Art. I, Sections 7&8 (Making Law, Enumerated Powers)

Chino Constitution Class, Monday, March 20

6:00 pm at Archibald's, 
15421 Fairfield Ranch Rd in Chino Hills (right off Central and the 71 Freeway)

Lesson 3, Art. I, Sections 7 & 8 (Making Law, Enumerated Powers)

Sunday, March 27, 2022

Constitution Class Schedule This Week, March 28 through

Constitution Class Schedule For the week of March 13 through 19, 2022

Day

Date

Time

Location

Lesson

 

Sunday

3/27

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No Class

Monday

3/28

6:00pm

Chino

3

Art. I, Sections 7, 8 (Making Law, Enumerated Powers)

Tuesday

3/29

11:00am

Fallbrook

FedEd

Alan Myers, Week 2

Tuesday

3/29

3:00pm

Online

6

Art. II, Sec. 3 & 4 (Executive Branch)

Tuesday

3/29

6:00pm

San Juan Capistrano

18

Amendments 13, 14 & 15 (War between the States/Reconstruction Amendments)

Wednesday

3/30

6:00pm

Winchester

18

Amendments 13, 14 & 15 (War between the States/Reconstruction Amendments)

Thursday

3/31

10:00am

Beaumont

3

Art. I, Sec. 8 (Enumerated Powers Continued)

Thursday

3/31

6:00pm

Carlsbad

3

Art. I, Sections 7, 8 (Making Law, Enumerated Powers)

Friday

4/1

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No Class

Saturday

4/2

9:00pm

Radio/KPRZ

10

Art. V. (Amendments)

Liberty Lap, Calimesa/Yucaipa

Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

I will be joining The Liberty Lap today "up the hill" from where I live down in Temecula Valley.  I will be arriving at 2:30 pm, and I will have about ten minutes at 3:00 pm to speak to the crowd before we hoist our flags and begin driving.  

The organization is all about love of country.  Talking to the main organizer, Eric, he explained to me the aim is community focus, community involvement, family core values, showing appreciation to military veterans and first responders, encouraging members to participate in civic engagement, raising civic leaders, and providing opportunities for constitution education.

My kind of group.

The gathering location is Stater Bros. in Yucaipa at 11365 Bryant St.  

Hope to see you there.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary


Saturday, March 26, 2022

Mr. Constitution Hour, KPRZ: Article IV. and Prayer at the Constitutional Convention

Mr. Constitution Hour by Douglas V. Gibbs


Mr. Constitution Hour by Douglas V. Gibbs: Full Faith and Credit - Article IV. of the U.S. Constitution concerns the States. More specifically, as a new union, the States needed to work together as a country. In addition to the Full Faith and Credit Clause, Article IV. addresses the privileges and immunities of citizens, extradition, the constitutional provision used to write the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, how new states join the union, territorial authorities, the guarantee of each State having a republican form of government, and the requirement that the federal government protect the states against invasion and domestic violence. In addition, Douglas V. Gibbs also discusses the importance of Christians being active in the public square, and Benjamin Franklin's call for prayer before each session of the convention in 1787. The first prayer by William Rogers on July 4, 1787 is read in full in this episode.

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Mr. Constitution Hour by Douglas V. Gibbs

9 pm Pacific Saturdays on KPRZ


KPRZ.com, The United States Constitution through the lens of Christianity.


Mr. Constitution Hour by Douglas V. Gibbs info page


Hosted by Douglas V. Gibbs.  


Constitution Radio: It Depends on What the Definition of Woman Is

Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs

Saturdays, 1:00 - 3:00 pm Pacific Time

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KMET Show Page

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2022 Podcast Page

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