I really want to learn about the Constitution, but where do I start?

If you've ever found yourself asking that question, then you've come to the right place!

On this page you will find numerous resources to aid you in your education in the U.S. Constitution and principles of freedom. 

Because we understand that individuals differ in their skills, abilities, mobility, and learning styles, we have listed a variety of resources available for learning the U.S. Constitution and principles of freedom.

From audio to visual, from in-person classes to virtual classrooms, and more, we want this most essential education to be available to everyone.

If, after perusing these resources, you still have questions, please feel free to contact us personally at: temeculafreedomforum@gmail.com


 U.S. History & Principles of Freedom

 Books & Literature

The 5000 Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen

The Making of America by W. Cleon Skousen

The Real George Washington by Parry & Allison

The Real Thomas Jefferson by Allison

The Real Benjamin Franklin by Allison

John Adams by David McCullough

Common Sense by Thomas Paine

Online Resources

The Center for Social Leadership


Homemakers for America


Because all truth complements each other and is indeed connected in one whole, we have listed in this section other people, sites, and organizations which teach true principles of freedom outside that of the U.S. Constitution.   We  hope you will find these resources useful in helping to "round out" all areas of your education.

The B.A.R.N.

"Be Able and Ready Now" ~ Self-reliance

A Thomas Jefferson Education

"An Education to Match Your Mission"



George Wythe University


Unleashing Your Voice

Public speaking

U.S. Constitution Resources


A Guide for Learning and Teaching the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution by Joseph Andrews

  • This book will take you through the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution section by section, explaining each part as it goes along.
  • It also contains other essential documents including, The Mayflower Compact, George Washington's Farewell Address, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, excerpts from Locke, Blackstone, Montesquieu, and MORE.
  • Unique to this book, is that it teaches YOU how to teach OTHERS the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, and MORE.
  • ***We highly recommend this book to everyone, but especially to those who are looking for a place to start studying the U.S. Constitution and principles of freedom.
  • Joseph Andrews, author of the book and founder of
  • You may purchase this book at the following locations:

The Making of America by W. Cleon Skousen

  • This book is like the "encyclopedia" of the U.S. Constitution.  It contains a very good history of the United States at the beginning of the book and then goes into great detail of each section and article of the U.S. Constitution, including numerous quotes from the founding fathers themselves explaining their interpretation of certain articles and sections of the Constitution.  If there is any question in your mind as to what the founding fathers actually meant in the Constitution then this is the book for you.
  • ***We highly recommend that every household in America has this book as their basic reference on the U.S. Constitution.
  • You may purchase this book at the following locations:

Online Resources 

National Center for Constitutional Studies


The Center for Teaching the Constitution


At this site you can take in-home classes on the Constitution with Joseph Andrews as your personal mentor.

Online Classes

The Center for Teaching the Constitution

Hillsdale College

Monticello College

Other Resources

Play your way to knowing the U.S. Constitution with this fantastic game created by the Barret family:


 United States Government


Follow current legislation as it goes through congress, access the congressional record, search other government resources, find educational materials for teachers, and MORE, at the Library of Congress THOMAS site:



 Books & Literature

Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith

The Law by Frederic Bastiat

That Which is Seen and That Which is Unseen by Frederic Bastiat

Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt

Online Resources

Ludwig von Mises Institute

This site gives you access to many free pieces of literature, including many of Frederic Bastiat's writings.

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