Join hosts Tom McHale and Joe Armacost as they take a practical look at the Owners’ Manual of these United States— The Constitution. The principles enumerated in the Constitution outline how our consent-based form of government is designed to operate. Then, it’s up to us to hold our system accountable to we, the people. Enjoy these short and practical explanation videos, or subscribe using your favorite podcast service.

The Constitution Show
  • We celebrate the 4th of July as our national independence day, but how did it come about? What exactly does it commemorate? And how did those colonists pull it off? Be sure to subscribe to this channel to stay tuned for new shows!

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  • Politicians often forget they do, in fact, work for us. Our Constitution is a contract, entered into voluntarily, between we, the people and the government to which we delegate some of our natural rights. We’ll discuss what being part of a consent-based system really means and how un-consenting works when the system fails to represent its citizens.

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  • What does our Constitution do? It’s the blueprint for government. It’s the owner’s manual for our nation. In this episode, we’ll discuss how timeless principles define how we make laws and policies to account for changing times.

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  • Our founding documents complement each other to address the ideal, the how-to and the limits on government power. Tune in to learn how the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution and the Bill of Rights work together.

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  • It seems everything is a “right” these days. The ACRU’s new weekly podcast, The Constitution Show with Tom McHale and Joe Armacost, dives into our national owners’ manual — what it means and how it works. In this episode, we explore the foundational concept of natural rights. What actually are rights? And equally importantly, when are “rights” not really rights? You may be surprised!

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