KrisAnne Hall’s Constitutional Education to be Featured on C-Span2


by Sharon Rondeau

(Feb. 15, 2017) — A class taught by constitutional educator, author and U.S. Army veteran KrisAnne Hall will be broadcast on C-Span2 on February 19 and 20 at 7:00 p.m. and 11:00 a.m., respectively.

The class is titled “The Duty Of Each State: Operating as a Constitutional Republic.”

Hall is based in Florida but travels 265 days a year at her own expense to educate Americans about the Constitution and Bill of Rights.  She is a former prosecutor who lost her job for teaching Tea Party members about the founding documents on her own time.

She broadcasts on a daily radio show and on television at CTN.  Her motto is, “Because liberty must be supported at all hazards.”

Of the class, Hall said, “This class will answer these questions, not by opinion, not by interpretation, but by fact, history, and the words of those whose designed our Constitutional Republic. Those who have attend [sic] this class leave educated, motivated, and empowered to make the real changes necessary to ensure government is operating within its few and defined delegated powers.”

The press release can be read here:

3 Responses to "KrisAnne Hall’s Constitutional Education to be Featured on C-Span2"

  1. Sharon Rondeau   Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 1:51 PM

    You can get in touch with her through her website:

  2. Marion Callos   Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 1:32 PM

    how can I get a video of the lecture KrisAnne Hall gave that was aired in Tampa on cspan 2 on 2/19/2017? She was fabulous.

  3. Ed Sunderland   Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 10:44 PM

    We actually received the honor of some time with KrisAnne Hall on the radio show. She was excellent as usual.

    We thank her to this day as she does few radio interviews. She needs to be designated constitutional instructor for all congressman and senators and presidents for that matter all federal employees. Then they should be required to pass an exam to get a federal job.

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