About Us

Welcome to NCCS: Empowering Citizens through Constitutional Education

Our Journey

In 1971, amidst a growing disconnect from the profound "Freedom Formula" that our forefathers sacrificed for, the National Center for Constitutional Studies (NCCS) was born. Originally known as The Freeman Institute, our purpose was clear: to unearth the foundational principles of societal harmony that birthed and will perpetuate freedom in any society rooted in them. These timeless principles are enshrined within the writings of the Founders and the seminal documents they penned, notably the Declaration of Independence (1776) and the United States Constitution (1787).

Over the decades, NCCS has been dedicated to publishing impactful books like "The 5000 Year Leap" and "The Making of America," alongside various resources, all striving to illuminate the principles fostering freedom and safeguarding human rights. Our most recent book, Behind the Bill of Rights, published in 2022, delves deeply into the core of the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution, revealing the foundational principles of natural law that underlie each policy. 

Beyond the realm of literature, our commitment extends to conducting enlightening seminars spanning the entire United States. These seminars, ranging from compact evening sessions to daylong events, have been instrumental in our mission.

Our Educational Endeavors

The world has evolved significantly over the past 50+ years, yet our dedication to civic education remains resolute. Echoing Thomas Jefferson's words, "education...is the true corrective of abuses of constitutional power," we embrace our educational role more passionately than ever. Here's how we're advancing our educational objectives:

Constitutional Seminars: Our commitment to Constitutional seminars continues unabated. These dynamic events, spanning all-day workshops and engaging evening gatherings, provide a deep dive into America's Great Success Formula. Together, we delve into the profound insights of luminaries such as Jefferson, Madison, Adams, Franklin, and Washington—visionaries who unearthed the key principles governing human interaction. Through their ingenuity, they meticulously crafted the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights, establishing transformative policies that endure to this day.

Learn about our "Making of America" seminar and how you can host one in your locality.

Pocket Constitutions: In recent years, NCCS embarked on a mission to ignite an appreciation for our founding documents among Americans. We initiated a project to distribute these documents in a small pocket-sized booklet measuring 3.25" x 6.5", containing the US Constitution, its amendments including the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence. Collaborating with individuals, businesses, schools, and government entities, we launched an initiative that has already disseminated over 25 million copies. The resounding positive feedback fuels our enthusiasm as we persist in encouraging every American to engage with the United States Constitution. We invite you to join hands with us in promoting this program and inspiring fellow citizens to explore our founding documents.

At NCCS, we stand as a beacon of constitutional enlightenment, dedicated to empowering individuals with the knowledge and understanding essential for preserving the principles that define our great nation. Join us in this journey of rediscovery and empowerment.