This multi-part series provides an in-depth exploration of the history that shaped the Constitution and within which the Amendments were formed. Each session has a different focus.

KrisAnne Hall's History of the Constitution is not just another lecture on the Constitution. She presents the 700+ year history that gave us our founding documents – proving that our founding documents were not created on a whim and that they are reliable and relevant. It is important to know not only what your rights are, but why you have them.

In addition to the history of the Constitution, KrisAnne presents each of the first ten amendments in their context – in the words and history of our founders. She also presents the 17th amendment and what we must do to make our federal politicians accountable.

KrisAnne is a passionate speaker and has kept crowds' attention for hours. This information is a must for all patriots and it must be passed on. If we are to reclaim our nation, we must reclaim our history!

Learn more about KrisAnne at You can take more classes from KrisAnne on a variety of liberty-focused topics at her Liberty First University.

Course curriculum

    1. Part 1 - Introductions and Early Kings

    2. Part 2 - King William 1st and 2nd

    3. Part 3 - King James 2nd, Charles, and John

    4. Part 4 - Questions and Answers

    1. Part 1 - The Basic Foundation

    2. Part 2 - Early Taxes, Search and Seizures, Early Media

    3. Part 3 - Taxation, Due Process, Boston Tea Party, and Famous Women

    4. Part 4 - End of the Lecture and Questions and Answers

    1. Part 1 - Introduction and Famous African American patriots

    2. Part 2 - Famous African American Patriots cont. and Famous Colonial Women

    3. Part 3 - Famous Colonial Women Cont.

    4. Part 4 - Finish of the Questions and Answers

    1. Part 1 - Introduction, Limited Government, Natural Rights

    2. Part 2- Natural Law and State Powers

    3. Part 3 - Federal Powers and the States

    4. Part 4- The Role of a Sheriff and Questions and Answers

    1. Part 1 - Early America and Slavery

    2. Part 2 - Early Slavery and Early Abolitionists

    3. Part 3 - Founders Who Were Abolitionists

    4. Part 4 - Questions and Answers

    5. Part 5 - Bonus Material

    1. Part 1- Famous African American Patriots

    2. Part 2- Famous African American Patriots Continued

    3. Part 3- Questions and Answers

    4. Part 4 - Questions and Answers Continued

About this course

  • Free
  • 55 lessons
  • 31 hours of video content
Earn a LI Graduate Certificate by Completing this Course

More than 250,000 Leadership Institute graduates work across the conservative movement in campaigns, journalism, think tanks, on Capitol Hill, and beyond. There's no better way to gain a competitive edge in politics.

But that's not all - by earning a LI graduation certificate, you'll gain:

  • Exclusive access to LI's private Alumni network
  • Priority status in LI's Employment Placement Services
  • Increased knowledge and expertise in political technology


  • When does the course start and finish?

    The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

  • How long do I have access to the course?

    How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

"You owe it to your philosophy to study how to win."
- Morton C. Blackwell

The Leadership Institute's mission is to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative activists and leaders in the public policy process.

  • Founded in 1979 by its president, Morton C. Blackwell, the Leadership Institute (LI) teaches conservatives the nuts and bolts of succeeding in the public policy process.
  • LI offers more than 50 types of training schools, workshops, seminars, and a top-notch intern program.
  • The Institute also provides an Employment Placement Service to help place conservatives in public policy positions and in the broadcast media, at no cost to employers or job seekers.