Constitution Study Radio

Douglas V Gibbs

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Through the Constitution with Douglas V. Gibbs. NOTE: Political Pistachio Radio Revolution has moved to KCAA 1050 AM Loma Linda - Learn more at www.douglasvgibbs.com or www.politicalpistachio.com

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During the first part of today's show we will wrap up Lesson 08 by discussing Article I, Section 6: Compensation, Privileges, Restrictions. Then, we will begin the very long Lesson 09, making this episode "part 1" of a series that... more
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Lesson 08: Legislative Branch - Legislative Powers - House of Representatives - U.S. Senate - Elections - Procedure - Compensation, Privileges, Restrictions Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050AM,... more
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Lesson 07: Introduction to the Constitution - Patriotism - The Rule of Law - Preamble Join Douglas V. Gibbs of Political Pistachio, Constitution Radio on KCAA 1050AM, and the Constitution Association, as he journeys through the... more
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Lesson 06: REVOLUTION! - The Real American Revolution by John Adams - Shot Heard Around the World - A Different Kind of War - Declaration of Independence - Southern Front - Surrender - Treaty of Paris Join Douglas V.... more
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In this episode of Constitution Study Radio, we will continue through Lesson 05, after nearly completing the "forging a nation" section last episode. Lesson 05: Murmurings of Independence - Forging a Nation (we began this section last... more
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In this episode of Constitution Study Radio, we will finish Lesson 04 by discussing the individual nature of the American Colonies as separate, self-sufficient, independent entities. Then, we will begin Lesson 05: Murmurings of... more
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In this episode of Constitution Study Radio, we will finish Lesson 03 with a discussion about The Articles of Confederation, and the Northwest Ordinance. Then, we will begin Lesson 04: The Path to the Constitution -... more
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· Founding Documents, and Other Influential Documents The Four Founding Documents are the Articles of Association, The Declaration of Independence, The Articles of Confederation, and The United States... more
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Lesson 02, Part 2: Historical Influences on the United States Constitution Last week we discussed the · Anglo-Saxons · Ancient Israel · City States of Greece And we began our discussion about · The... more
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Lesson 02, Part 1: Historical Influences on the United States Constitution · Anglo-Saxons · Ancient Israel · City States of Greece · The Roman Republic · Montesquieu · Slovenia ·... more
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