Saturday, April 30, 2022

Constitution Radio: Bill of Rights

Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs

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

KMET 1490-AM (

KMET Show Page

Doug's Show Page

2022 Podcast Page

Classic Podcast Page on SoundCloud

Call in Live during the Program!


Alan Myers and Dennis Jackson will be guest hosting today since Doug will be in Carlsbad for a fundraiser designed to help fund his efforts.

Topics on Today's program:

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Tuesday Patriot Streetfighter Mr. Constitution Class cancelled this week...

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The Mr. Constitution Online Class at has been cancelled this week largely due to my challenging and not always consistent access to the internet while I am out of town.  We will return next Tuesday at 3:00 pm.  Past episodes are available at

Monday, April 25, 2022

No In-Person Constitution Classes This Week

I am out of town at the moment, will be back back Saturday to host Constitution Radio on KMET and resume classes next week.

No "In-Person" Constitution Classes This Week.  Tuesday's Mr. Constitution Class on YouTube will still air.

We will return on our normal schedule next week.

Note: The Temecula Valley class will be moving to Siggy's on Jefferson in Murrieta, Wednesday, May 11, 6:00 pm.

Saturday, April 23, 2022

Constitution Radio: Heading Off Tyranny

Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs

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

KMET 1490-AM (

KMET Show Page

Doug's Show Page

2022 Podcast Page

Classic Podcast Page on SoundCloud

Call in Live during the Program!


Topics on Today's program:

Friday, April 22, 2022

Murrieta Firefighter's Bar-B-Que 75th Anniversary

12pm - 6pm, Saturday, April 23rd

Constitution Association has a table

I will need to leave from 12:30-3:30 for my radio program, if anyone wishes to help by manning the table during that time please show up and volunteer!

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Thursday, April 21, 2022

Carlsbad Constitution Class: Article I, Section 8 Conclusion


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

For Zoom, has the details.

Download and print lessons at

Enemies Within the Church screening, Fallbrook


Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Beaumont Constitution Class: Enumerated Powers (Military, Militia, DC, Necessary and Proper)


Marla's Cocina, 1310 E. 6th St.
10:00 am
Enumerated Powers (Military, Militia, DC, Necessary and Proper)

Winchester (Temecula Valley Region) Constitution Class: Progressive Era


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Rise Up Church, 32655 Flight Way, Winchester, 6:00 pm

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.

Amendments 16 & 17, Federal Reserve (Progressive Era)

Race, Racism, and Identity Politics

by Douglas V. Gibbs
AuthorSpeakerInstructorRadio Host

Definition of identity politics: Politics in which groups of people having a particular racial, religious, ethnic, social, or cultural identity tend to promote their own specific interests or concerns without regard to the interests or concerns of any larger political group.

Although the UCLA center's standards promoted rigorous history, they set off a major culture war because of their relentless emphasis on identity politics.— Diane Ravitch

Identity politics is contemporary shorthand for a group's assertion that it is a meaningful group; that it differs significantly from other groups; that its members share a history of injustice and grievance; and that its psychological and political mission is to explore, act out, act on and act up its group identity.— Catharine R. Stimpson

“Identity politics.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Apr. 2022.

Definitions from Oxford Languages
nounvirtue signallingnounvirtue signaling
  1. the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one's good character or the moral correctness of one's position on a particular issue.
    "it's noticeable how often virtue signaling consists of saying you hate things"

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

San Juan Capistrano Constitution Class: Amendments 18-21

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

Amendments 18 through 21: Download Handout │

Mr. Constitution Classes: Article IV

 Taught by Douglas V. Gibbs

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Constitution Class on YouTube,

Tuesdays, 3:00 pm Pacific

Today: Article IV

(Full Faith and Credit, Forming New States, A Republican Form of Government)

LIVE and for watching later:

Monday, April 18, 2022

Fallbrook Constitution Class: Lesson One; Introduction to the Constitution, Preamble

 Tuesday Morning, 11:00 am

Fallbrook Class

Tuesdays, 11:00 am

Emmanuel Baptist Church, 911 E Elder St Fallbrook, CA 92028

Lesson One

Introduction to the U.S. Constitution, Preamble

Lesson 1 Preamble.pdf

Chino Constitution Class, Military, Militia & DC


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

Lesson 3, Art. I, Section 8 (War, Military, Militias, DC, Bureau of Land Management, Necessary and Proper Clause)

Sunday, April 17, 2022

Douglas V. Gibbs hosts For the Republic on Easter

For the Republic: Easter Edition


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I am filling in for Alan Myers on For the Republic today. 

For the Republic

Sunday 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Guest Host: Douglas V. Gibbs (sign in to the chat!!!)

Easter 2022: Christ's Resurrection

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

As we approached this year's Easter Celebration a New York Times editorial proclaimed it is time to get rid of God.  The enemies of the United States Constitution and your Natural Rights denies the existence of God, and the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  

Jesus Christ is the only religious figure in history to conquer death, and that resurrection is founded on historical facts, eyewitness accounts, and the personal conviction of each person who comes to know Jesus.

The existence of Jesus is confirmed by both the Holy Bible, and non-biblical writings.  The disciples who followed Jesus all were convinced He was crucified and that He rose from the dead.  Eyewitness accounts describe in detail His arrest, that He was beaten, and that He was crucified on a hill with two other men.  He was confirmed dead when a spear was thrust into His side.  He was wrapped in cloth, and sealed inside a tomb with a heavy stone across the entrance.  Sixteen Roman Soldiers were charged with guarding the tomb.  Even under heavy persecution not a single disciple or witness changed their story.  They also testified that He appeared to them after His death, a claim they also never turned away from, despite all of the efforts by those who persecuted them to get them to.  Afterward, Paul, a sworn enemy of Christians who carried pride in his citizenship as a wealthy and powerful Roman and was proud of his merciless persecution of Christians suddenly changed his mind and became a Christian after claiming to see Jesus after He had risen.  Jesus' skeptical half-brother James also shed his doubt and became a follower of Christ.  

The most striking evidence of all was that the tomb that held the body of Jesus was empty.  

There have been arguments that the Resurrection of Christ is the greatest cover-up in the history of the world.  The disciples, as the story goes, stole the body and hid it while all claiming He had risen.  If the story was made up, then why are the early parts of The Gospel showing them in a very fragile light?  Peter often spoke before thinking and denied Christ three-times; yet became an important part of the launch of the early church.  They were all prideful in their arguments about which of them were the greatest, or the most faithful.  Nobody writes or talks about themselves in such a manner, especially in a planned deception.  

The empty tomb was well-guarded by professional Roman Soldiers, yet those who argue that the disciples found a way to steal the body don't have an argument about how they did it against a fighting force that was guarding the tomb who had years of experience facing an opposition.  And even if they were able to fool the guards, or get past the guards, they would still have had to roll away a four thousand pound stone blocking the only entrance into the tomb, and then successfully hide the body from a city swarming with people searching for the body of Jesus.

There was nothing to gain by lying, and they were persecuted for their claim.  So, if it was all a ruse at least one of them would have broke and confessed to the deception.  In fact, five of them were martyred due to their claim.  People don't allow themselves to die defending something they are sure is not true.

The disciples not only touched Jesus, over 500 people saw Jesus alive after the resurrection.  They heard Him, touched Him, and saw Him eat food.  And, they didn't just see him, the whole event from arrest, crucifixion, resurrection and seeing Jesus Christ walking among the people after his death was described in detail by those who witnessed it, with an agreement to the details by a number of different sources, and done so shortly after the events transpired; unlike legends which tend to develop over long periods of time and is written down generations later.  

The disciples and other witnesses publicly displayed their faith in what they knew to be true.  People from surrounding areas came to Jerusalem to learn more.  For displaying their faith they were tortured and thrown in prison, yet, despite all of the persecution the church grew.  

Even more supportive that the claim by Christians regarding the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is true is that the church first emerged and grew in the very same place where Christ had lived and died.  If the foundation of the faith was not accurate the emergence of the church would not had been at the same place where so many people had been witnesses, and could claim to know the true facts.  If the life, death, and resurrection of Christ was a great deception the church would have emerged as far away as possible from where people would be that could disprove it.  After all, the life of Jesus was very public, as was his crucifixion.  Therefore, it was the truth, there was no fear of being disproven, and it was the very people who witnessed the events in question who flocked to the new church and served as its early leaders.

The Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus really happened, and He died so that you could live forever with Him in Heaven.

He Is Risen.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

Saturday, April 16, 2022

Free because of The Spirit

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

What is freedom?  What is America Liberty?  What is free will?

To do as we please?

The universe has laws of physics and laws of biology, and so on and so forth.  Everything natural follows these laws.  If ever something goes outside those laws the consequences are catastrophic.  It rarely happens, but sometimes an orbiting body gets knocked off its trajectory, or a flaw in the creation of a lifeform causes a deformity, and since the body is not following the law of orbit or of life that always works properly in the grand scheme of things the result of the deviation is to skitter off course and more often than not ultimately die in the process.

Things, objects, and bodies of rock or microorganisms don't have the ability to reason like human beings, and therefore they typically don't go outside the laws that nature has in place.  The natural order of things follows a certain path, and once we learn about what that part of nature demands, it is self-evident to us how it is supposed to be.  We don't argue that the planet ought to be able to orbit in a different manner, or that a different structure of atoms or molecules ought to be allowed for the organisms to be able to portray their rebellious side, and we don't expect a rock to suddenly become liquid and we don't look at the ocean and decide it's actually a mountain because it's wrong for us to decide what its identity really is by the way it was formed.

Freedom entails the ability for us to make decisions in our lives, but some things are a part of the natural order, and we can claim we have the ability to make those decisions ourselves all we want, but in the end, those things are actually whatever they naturally are.  And, if we skid off the path of morality or the natural order of things, as with the laws of nature and the rules of science, there can be a less than desirable result to those types of decisions.

The Founding Fathers understood these truths, and proclaimed them to be self-evident.  The Declaration of Independence places the natural order of things in the hands of a creator.  The Laws of Nature and of Nature's God, they called it.  These things are self-evident, and to deviate would be wrong, and when governments chase those deviations, it is the right, and the duty, of the people to alter or abolish such a government to place it back on a path that is based on Natural Law.

Liberty is a part of Natural Law.  Our Natural Rights are a part of Natural Law.  Tyranny seeks to move us away from Natural Law, proclaiming that their definitions and their way of defining science and even creation is the correct path.  Those who dare to stand against them, in today's rise of tyranny, are "haters", or are "phobic".  We are called closed minded and unwilling to be a part of progress.

Changing the natural order of things is not progress, it is disobedience to nature, which is God, and can only ultimately cause a society to regress into an age of darkness where critical thinking, common sense, logic and truth are strangers who evades the population simply due to their ignorance and unwillingness to accept that there are absolute truths in the world.

That's not progressive, that's a one way ticket to a new dark age which, if you pay attention to history, has always led to death, and violence.

Liberty is the path to the shining light of freedom; a thing that is self-evident because deep inside our spirit we know what is right and what is wrong.  We know what the natural order of things is.  Unfortunately, we have a society convinced that the rule of man knows better, and that we should abandon the traditional understanding of the rule of law (natural law).

They are angry when you resist because their power and wealth has sunken too deep into their souls.  They can't admit they are wrong, or that what they are putting out there is tyranny.  They have been blinded by their own high opinions of themselves, and their rejection of Natural Law.  To accept that there is a Natural Rule of Law would be to admit that there is a God, and in their minds they are the gods of this world, and they are not willing to recognize any god other than themselves.

And the world will suffer, and people will die, because of their folly, unless we return our civilization back to the path that has been given to us by divine Providence.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary