Constitution Class


Libertarian, Michael Badnarik teaches a class on the Constitution. If you like Ron Paul and follow his message of freedom, this is a MUST WATCH!!! Most of what you think you know about the United States is wrong. Think you own your Car? Think its your money? Why do we have to register your car and get plates? Think you own Your property? He explains the differences between rights and privileges.

You can visit Michael's website and arrange a live class in your area here >

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maybelsmom's picture

I am currently involved with the classes and have questions regarding getting involved locally. Can't get any information.

maybelsmom's picture

I am currently taking the Constitution Course Chapter 10 but am stuck on questions 3 and 10. I am not able to move forward. It would be nice to be able to discuss this with someone to more clearly address the issue. I am anxious to become involved locally. 

Ron Flick's picture

I called you on the number you are listed with, but was unable to reach you or leave a message. Please email me when it is a good time to reach you?

We too are anxious for your involvement, and appreciate your efforts to educate yourself and your support for NLA. Welcome to NLA.

Ron Flick - Welcome Com. Director 

maybelsmom's picture

Michael Badnarik discussed in one of his talks about the stripes on the neck tie and how that had a specific meaning in the courtroom. I can't find that info now and wonder if anyone remembers where I can find that discussion or what they remember about it. 

earthgeek's picture

The United Nations just made a major announcement on the Dakota Access Pipeline
 | October 28, 2016



North Dakota is moving forward with construction of its DAPL pipeline despite a representative from the United Nations explicitly calling on the United States to halt it.
Victoria Tauli-Corpus, the UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, issued a press release last September that was officially issued by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in defense of the Sioux Tribe and its allies:

“The tribe was denied access to information and excluded from consultations at the planning stage of the project and environmental assessments failed to disclose the presence and proximity of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
“The United States should, in accordance with its commitment to implement the Declaration on the Rights on Indigenous Peoples, consult with the affected communities in good faith and ensure their free, and informed consent prior to the approval of any project affecting their lands, particularly in connection with extractive resource industries.
“I urge the United States Government to undertake a thorough review of its compliance with international standards regarding the obligation to consult with indigenous peoples and obtain their free and informed consent. The statutory framework should be amended to include provisions to that effect and it is important that the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Advisory Council on Historic Preservation participate in the review of legislation.”

Tauli-Corpus also said the US should defend those protesting the construction of the four-state-long pipeline, saying “The US authorities should fully protect and facilitate the right to freedom of peaceful assembly of indigenous peoples, which plays a key role in empowering their ability to claim other rights.”
Dozens of peaceful protesters were arrested by heavily armed police in riot gear yesterday, with officers deploying potentially ear-damaging sonic cannons in an effort to get the crowds to disperse. In one other instance, improperly licensed mercenaries working for the pipelinedeployed attack dogs on the protesters.
Special Rapporteurs are appointed by the UN Human Rights Council and are tasked to point out human rights concerns as they develop around the world. While these experts are not official UN staff, their work can lead to the UN taking a greater interest in a developing human rights situation.
Nathan Wellman 

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gregory's picture

Not trying to be rude but I've seen and read allot of BS. I'd love to donate to the truth but truth has to be felt and without truth you just have another scam.

gary@NLA's picture

Do you have a point Gregory. Your statement was quite open ended and within a forum not applicable to this conversation string.

kingdolan77's picture

I have certified copies of all 6 of Alabama's constitutions

MTOakey's picture

Incredible course and subject matter !!!
I have scoured the interwebs and have only been able to find two places where one can READ the manuscript Badnarik mentions at 29:50, "U.S.of A. the Republic is the house that no one lives in" because the site he mentions is no longer running. AND the site listed in the "About info" above is also incorrect... it is now
So, what I have done is recompiled the original document he mentions here, the entire book, and created a .pdf document for download which can be read by all readers and Kindle and can be printed, 2up, both sides = 15 sheets of 8.5x11 folded in half.
Here is my link:
Educate yourself & Enjoy!
NLA may make the document available directly also...

Allan Hampton's picture

Everything mentioned in this article about what government is doing is correct and all of it is either unconstitutional or a usurpation of power.

The federal government cannot amend the Constitution.

The Declaration of Independence has no bearing on, or value to, the Constitution, nor on Rights, nor on Citizen's Duty in Citizenship.

The 14th Amendment is unconstitutional, if not on the words written in the 14th, then on Supreme Court decisions, and federal laws under the 14th.

I didn't see a mention of "Pursuance thereof" of Article VI, Clause 2. Nor did I see mention of Marbury v. Madison; which bears out Pursuance thereof.

Citizen's and the Supreme court do not have the power to legislate.

Citizens only Constitutional input, of force, into the federal government is via the ballot box, to elect, or not reelect Incumbent, Representatives of the House in Congress every two years.

Citizen's have the exclusive Right to use the power of the ballot and jury boxes.

U.S. government usurpation "continues" only with the complicity of the House in Congress, House usurpation (corruption) "continues" only with the complicity of citizen Voters.

All of U.S. citizens Rights did not come from God.

The original Constitution delegated the federal government no power regarding Citizens, Freedom, Rights, and Religion.