The Constitution secures your freedoms as an American.

Hillsdale College – Understand it like never before in Hillsdale College’s free online course.

The U.S. Constitution is the key to securing liberty for all Americans — yet very few know exactly what it says, and what freedoms it protects. Hillsdale College is dedicating this year to educating millions of Americans about this critical document. That’s why the College is offering its most popular course, “Constitution 101” for free, when you sign up now.

Hillsdale’s course, Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution, features the same professors who teach this course on Hillsdale College’s campus. Hillsdale is one of the only colleges in America — outside of the military academies — that requires every student to take a course on the Constitution to graduate.

The course is delivered via email, with one lesson per week for 10 weeks. Each lesson features lively teaching and discussion boards, suggested readings, weekly quizzes, and more.

Activate your free “Constitution 101” course now by clicking here!

Congressman Mark Meadows Weekly Update, 7/18

Click here to read about:
Reminder: Veterans’ Solutions Seminar, Freedom Caucus Increasing Pressure to Cancel August Recess, Interview with Breitbart News – Budget, Assistance to Firefighter’s Grants, etc.

NCGOP Shocked and Outraged over Rev. Dr. Barber’s Claim that it’s a SIN to Pray for President Trump

The president of the North Carolina NAACP, Rev. Dr. William Barber II, was on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” when he he spoke out against a recent photo of pastors praying for President Donald Trump. He referred to the act of praying for our president as a “form of theological malpractice that borders on heresy,” something many religious denominations, including the Catholic Church, consider a “grave sin.”

“In the strongest possible terms, the NCGOP condemns the hateful actions of Dr. Rev. Barber, who cast tens of millions of people, of all faiths, who pray for the President, as sinners in a nationally broadcasted interview. As a pastor in North Carolina, Rev. Dr. Barber has crossed the line this time. Using his role as a supposed faith-based leader to falsely drive citizens away from praying for the good of our nation and our nation’s president, is absolutely grotesque. The idea that it is a sin to pray for any individual, much less the commander-in-chief of our country, goes against any religious teaching that I have ever heard of. Rev. Dr. Barber is spreading a repulsive lie, and he should apologize immediately.” – NCGOP Chairman Robin Hayes

Click HERE for the full story.

Trump-Pence – Week 25: No Higher Priority

Make America Great Again

In this time of widening challenges and unforeseeable threats, President Trump challenged all who cherish freedom to work together to confront the forces that threaten to undermine our values, erase the bonds of culture, faith, and the tradition that make us who we are.

President Donald Trump declared to all of the world and all who would threaten our way of life, “the West will never, ever be broken. Our values will prevail. Our people will thrive, and our civilization will triumph.”

President Donald Trump has no higher priority than the safety and security of the American people.

Learn more about the President’s week below.

America’s Strong Ties With The French

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited France this week. They visited the U.S. Embassy for a meet and greet with staff and participated in the Bastille Day festivities. President Trump also made time to recognize three American Veterans of D-Day who took back the beaches and towns of Normandy 73 years ago. President Trump is the first United States President to participate in the ceremonies since 1989. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the entry of American troops onto French soil during World War I, the people of France have designated the United States as this year’s national guest of honor.

Make America Great Again

Making America Safe Again

President Trump is focused on ending the horrific practice of human trafficking, and the House of Representatives passed three bills this week that are important steps forward. Since taking office, President Trump and his administration have met with courageous survivors, non-profit groups, and faith leaders who are devoting tremendous energy to raising awareness about human trafficking. He is hopeful that the Senate will take up and pass these three bills as soon as possible and looks forward to continuing work with Congress on this important issue.

Make America Great Again

Ending The Long Nightmare Of ISIS Rule

With the support of President Trump, Iraqi Security Forces supported by the United States and the Global Coalition, liberated the city of Mosul from its long nightmare under the rule of ISIS. President Trump congratulates Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Iraqi Security Forces, and all Iraqis for their victory over terrorists who are the enemies of all civilized people. We mourn the thousands of Iraqis brutally killed by ISIS and the millions of Iraqis who suffered at the hands of ISIS. We grieve with the Iraqi people for the loss of the heroic soldiers and Peshmerga who gave their lives to restore life to their country, and we honor their sacrifice.

Make America Great Again

Putting America First

Thanks to President Trump’s leadership, since the start of this year, American businesses have created more than 800,000 good-paying jobs across the United States. Companies large and small are making extraordinary investments all across America resulting in billions of dollars earned and thousands of new jobs — we have not seen small business confidence soar this high in more than a decade. Every day, President Trump is putting America first.

Make America Great Again

Thank you for your continued support, to watch a message directly from the President you can click here or the image below.

Make America Great Again

Judges side with NC education chief and legislature over control of department

News & Observer – State Superintendent Mark Johnson should have more control over public education operations as allowed under a new law, a three-judge panel ruled Friday.

The judges ruled against the State Board of Education in its lawsuit trying to hold on to powers that give it control of high-level hiring and spending at the state Department of Public Instruction.

In its lawsuit, the board said the legislature was trying to take away responsibilities conferred by the state constitution and give them to the superintendent.

Click here to read more.