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How to Know & Defend Your Rights with Michael Badnarik


What you *think* you know about the constitution (and our government) is wrong.

It’s time to activate your mind and understand the principles upon which our nation was founded.

Ignite a burning passion for liberty and independence

Thoroughly examine the Constitution and the Bill of Rights

Distinguish between rights and privileges, and eagerly defend them

“Michael Badnarik has created a constitutional primer that will edify and entertain children and seasoned libertarians alike. He brings an explanation of how our constitutional republic should work, and how the system became broken in the first place.” —Ron Paul

It’s unconscionable but true: most of what our government does is UNconstitutional. 

And yet it continues.

HOW are they getting away with it?

The short answer is: You. Me. All of us.

We the People need to properly comprehend the constitutional principles which limit governmental power. If we don’t, HOW are we to defend our rights? 

The answer is education. Fight back with knowledge!

“Give them the means of detecting wrong, and they will apply the remedy.” These wise words were spoken by a Secretary of State… in 1873. And they remain true to this day. 

In this course, Michael will challenge you to grow in your understanding of the foundational principles of liberty. A firm grasp of those principles is where all conviction of our rights and privileges flow. 


“Make them intelligent and they will become vigilant.” —Secretary of State Daniel Webster, 1873

Know and Defend Your Rights!
Lighting the fires of liberty, one heart at a time

This self-paced online course includes a series of lectures that will cover:

Rights vs Privileges

Individual Rights

Articles 1-7

The Bill of Rights

Sovereignty Forms

Cradle of Liberty & Preamble

Michael Badnarik was the 2004 Libertarian Party’s nominee for President of the United States. Michael is an experienced teacher of the constitution and author of the companion book to this course, “Good to Be King: The Foundation of our Constitutional Freedom.” Mr. Bandarik is a philosopher, author and polymath, but what excites him most is sharing his knowledge with YOU!

If we wish to continue to claim the freedoms our forefathers gave their lives to create for us, we must ceaselessly question conventional views about the proper role of government in our society and in our private lives.

This course will show you how.

$297 $197


PS - You get Chapter 2: Rights & Privileges of Good to Be King as a FREE PDF. Understanding your rights is THAT important.