As of the beginning of 2023 Douglas V. Gibbs has written nine books, with his ninth and tenth, The 1607 Project and his U.S. History Textbook, currently in process of being written.

Repeal Democracy by Douglas V. Gibbs (Available Now)

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” — Hosea 4:6

"The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government." — U.S. Constitution, Article IV., Section 4

"A Republic, Ma'am, if you can keep it." — Benjamin Franklin

We must save our democracy, we are told ad nauseum. It is no surprise that most people in today's society don't even know the difference between a democracy and a republic. In fact, most don't even realize there is a difference between the two, at all.

James Madison, the Father of the Constitution, sternly warned in Federalist No. 10, “Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security, or the rights of property; and have, in general, been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths.”

And in 1814, John Adams wrote, “Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.”

Our Founding Fathers rightly saw democracy as little more than mob rule.

During one of the riots we saw over the last few years a young man ran up to the camera and screamed, "This is what democracy looks like!"

I agree.

So, what do we do to fix it? What are the mechanisms we need to put back into place in order to restore the republic? Are there tools that we can wield to get the job done?

Mr. Constitution, Douglas V. Gibbs, masterfully answers all of those questions, and more in his new book, Repeal Democracy. Democracy is our problem. Restoring the Republic is the answer. Repeal Democracy explains the difference between democracy and republicanism, and what we can do to restore our republic.

C.R.E.A.T.O.R. is available at Amazon and Mr. Constitution Shop.

The keystone of American Liberty is The Creator. Without a godly foundation, like an arch without its keystone, our whole system comes crumbling down. Thanks to age-old ideologies and an ancient lust for power and wealth, once again our world is upside down. Evil has become good, and good has become evil. The churches have been infiltrated, and the rule of law has been replaced by the rule of man. To restore our liberty and the virtuous nature of our country we must understand what is happening, and what to do. 

C.R.E.A.T.O.R. is a book that illuminates the realities that swirl around the foundation of American Liberty, and addresses seven critical issues directly related to our System of Liberty that we must understand, address, and fight for if we are to reestablish our American Way of Life on a foundation and cornerstone based on the Founding Fathers' beliefs in our Creator.
A Promise of American Liberty

Everything you need to know about the Constitution, the Founding of this Country, and the principles of Americanism are in this textbook style tome of more than 500 pages.  This is the most comprehensive study of the American Government by a conservative on sale today.  This is a resource you will return to again and again, complete with lessons, four glossaries, and an index. Based on the curriculum Doug uses to teach government to homeschool students, this book is a must have for anyone who claims to adore the U.S. Constitution.

7 Worst Constitutional Liars

The Journey from Alexander Hamilton to Barack Obama, which is also the journey from a Constitutional Republic to a Liberal Democracy.  This book, however, has a surprise ending.  Who is the historical figure who is listed in the post script?

5 Solutions to Save America

In the U.S. Constitution the Founding Fathers gave us five tools to save our republic, and restore the supreme law of the land.  One involves revolution, and another involves education.  The remaining may seem even more unlikely as the first two . . . but, somewhere in our system is the proper tool on our tool belt to Save America.

Concepts of the United States Constitution

After reading Doug's first two books, 25 Myths of the U.S. Constitution, and The Basic Constitution, readers asked him to go deeper into certain concepts associated with the U.S. Constitution.  Concepts of the United States Constitution is that Constitution Series of Books companion.

Silenced Screams: Abortion in a Virtuous SocietyIn 1967 a young woman, alone in a small motel room, clung to life because of the sweet baby boy in her life...  This book is Doug's labor of love.  Our rights are God-given; is it possible for abortion to be a right?  Satan's greatest trick has been to convince an entire civilization that he doesn't exist.  His second greatest trick has been to convince civilization that killing their own children is not evil.

The Basic Constitution: An Examination of the Principles and Philosophies of the United States Constitution: The Basic Constitution takes a detailed journey through the text of the document that created the American System of Government.  The United States Constitution has proven to be the context of American conservatism, and the blueprint for American Exceptionalism.  During the Summer of 1787, a brilliant assembly of American Patriots created the Constitution of the United States. The Basic Constitution examines the details of the text from that document.  The book includes a glossary of terms, index, bibliography listing the resources used, The Declaration of Independence, and The Constitution of the United States.

25 Myths of the United States Constitution: If the United States Constitution is the Owner's Manual for America, 25 Myths is its Repair Manual.  25 Myths of the United States Constitution exposes myths regarding the U.S. Constitution that have emerged over time, designed to compromise, and ultimately dismantle, the American System of Liberty.  25 Myths presents a defense against the assault on the U.S. Constitution based on the original intent of the Founding Fathers as revealed by the debates during the Constitutional Convention, and the writings of the men of that era.