Michael Anthony Peroutka
IOTC was established in 2004 by Michael Antony Peroutka, a Christian and an attorney, after discovering that the teaching of law in America had been perverted away from its original design and the roots of our law, in English Common Law and the Bible.
Michael is a graduate of Loyola College (now University) in Maryland and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Jake MacAulay is an ordained minister and speaks to audiences nation-wide on the Constitution.
Jake has established the American Club, a constitutional study group in public and private schools and Liberty Camps, a partnerships with churches and liberty groups all across America give youth an interactive learning experience about the colonial Christian heritage we have in America and how that heritage permeates and underlines our form of government.
Pastor David Whitney
Pastor David Whitney posts sermons, announcements, commentaries, and more. From his notices, you will learn of some of the classes around the country studying Institute on the Constitution’s U.S. Constitution course.
Pastor Whitney graduated from Rutgers University as a Henry Rutgers Honors Scholar with Honors in History. He received his Master’s Degree from Denver Seminary.
Chapter Leaders act as a coordinator for any groups or individuals that want to start teaching, or taking IOTC courses in your area and/or state.
They act as a resource for individuals looking to have a speaker come share at their Church, civil, political, or school group. Working with our National office, a Chapter Leader will be informed by and help distribute action alerts, newsletters, and phone calls spreading the mission and vision of IOTC.
Chapter Leaders serve as a mentor who will be available to discuss and develop ideas and methods to encourage others to learn and share the American View of law, liberty and government.
A Chapter Leader also helps to develop and direct chapter projects applying The American View to local situations and needs.