Resources


Constitutional Corner

The Constitution of the United States represents the classic solution to one of humankind’s greatest political problems—that is, how does a small group of states combine into a strong union without the states losing their individual powers and surrendering their control over local affairs? Click here to visit The Rutherford Institute's Contitutional Corner to learn more.

Constitutional Q&A

Your First Amendment Right to Vote
So You Think You Can Write-In Your Vote? The Options and Limitations of Write-In Voting
The Twelve Rules of Christmas
Helping the Homeless
Rules of Engagement for Interacting With Police

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to read a some of the most common questions fielded by attorneys at The Rutherford Institute.

Freedom Resource Bank

The Rutherford Institute’s Freedom Resource Brief Bank provides easy-to-read briefs and pamphlets with valuable information on your rights and freedoms. Briefs and pamphlets are viewable in PDF format and can be easily printed out. Click here to access.

Citizen's Toolbox

What You Can Do to Save America

More Resources

Rise of the American Police State

Free Speech

Students' Free Speech Rights in Public Schools

The Rights of Churches and Political Involvement

Constitutional Guidelines for Displaying Religious Documents on Public Property

Zero-Tolerance and School Discipline Policies

Click here to read The Rutherford Institute's guide to Prisoners' Rights.

Click here to read The Religious Rights of Prisoners.