Patriot Lessons

In celebration of Patriot Week, Oakland County Circuit Judge Michael Warren and his then 13 year old daughter Leah announced the launching of a new television program, “Patriot Lessons.”  Produced at Bloomfield Community Television (BCTV) and Birmingham Area Cable Board (BACB), Patriot Lessons renews America’s spirit by exploring the First PrinciplesFounding Fathers and other Patriots, vital documents and speeches, and flags that make America the greatest nation in world history. Using an innovative format to engage, entertain, and educate the audience, Patriot Lessons includes several segments, including a Patriot Quiz, Patriot Spotlight, Guest Interview, Leah’s Lesson, Media Review, and Be a Patriot This Week Call to Action.

  1. Jury Duty

  2. Free Exercise Of Religion

  3. Federalism

  4. Immigration

  5. Abraham Lincoln

  6. George Washington

  7. Free Press

  8. Rule of Law

  9. The Emancipation Proclamation

  10. Checks and Balances

  11. State Government

  12. Fort Sumpter Flag

  13. Spoken Word

  14. Freedom of Assembly and Association

  15. Marbury VS. Madison

  16. The Seneca Falls Convention

  17. Ancient Greece

  18. William Jennings Bryan

  19. Education

  20. The Social Compact

  21. Gettysburg Address

  22. Speaker of the House

  23. 19th Amendment

  24. Impeachment

  25. 9th Amendment

  26. March on Selma

  27. Congress

  28. Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death

  29. 8th Amendment

  30. Andrew Jackson

  31. Northwest Ordinance

  32. Booker T. Washington

  33. I Have A Dream

  34. 14th Amendment

  35. Alexander Hamilton

  36. The Liberty Bell

  37. James Madison

  38. Thomas Jefferson

  39. Electoral College

  40. Music in Politics and Protest

  41. Martha Washington

  42. Frederick Douglas

  43. Republican Party

  44. Aaron Burr

  45. American Dream

  46. Due Process

  47. Right to Pursue Happiness

  48. World War I

  49. Moon Landing

  50. Patriotism

  51. Statue of Liberty

  52. Alice Paul

  53. Search and Seizure

  54. Teddy Roosevelt

  55. Joseph Warren

  56. Elizabeth Blackwell

  57. The War Power

  58. Free Speech

  59. Unalienable Rights

  60. Betsy Ross

  61. Supreme Court

  62. Graffiti as a Protest

  63. Secretary of State

  64. Susan B. Anthony

  65. John Marshall

  66. Samuel Adams

  67. Taxes

  68. Right Against Self Incrimination

  69. Thomas Paine

  70. Treaties

  71. 3rd Amendment

  72. The President

  73. Oaths

  74. Rome

  75. Elizabeth Caddy Stanton

  76. Star Spangled Banner

  77. John Quincy Adams

  78. Right to Vote

  79. 13th Amendment

  80. Declaration of Independence

  81. Enumerated Powers

  82. Presidential Primary

  83. Jackie Robinson

  84. Federalist Paper Number 10

  85. JFK

  86. Revolution

  87. Article IV

  88. John Adams

  89. White House

  90. Civil Rights Act of 64

  91. Glory Regiment

  92. Vice President

  93. World War II

  94. County Governments

  95. Presidential Foreign Policy

  96. 2nd Amendment

  97. Special ‘9/11 Remembrance Tribute & Discussion

  98. Who was the best president?

  99. Was the Civil War inevitable?

  100. Tenure of Supreme Court Justices

  101. War without Congress Approval

  102. Health Care a right?

  103. Electoral College be Reformed?

  104. Term limits for Congress?

  105. Voting Age Change?

  106. Supreme Court Nominees

  107. Sanctuary Cities

  108. Self-Evident Truths

  109. Senate Filibuster

  110. Immigration Control?

  111. Hate Speech

  112. Right vs. Left Terminology

  113. Repeal the 2nd Amendment?

  114. Minorities and the Declaration of Independence

  115. Declaration of Independence Relevant?

  116. Is the American Dream still Alive?

  117. Is America a Democracy?

  118. Paul Revere

  119. The Cold War

  120. Daughters of the American Revolution

  121. Memorial and Remonstrance

  122. Anti-Federalists

  123. Earl Warren

  124. The Navy

  125. Jesse Owens

  126. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

  127. Common Sense

  128. 17th Amendment

  129. Emoluments Clause

PATRIOT LESSONS

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