I have been a High School Government Club Advisor for the past 20 years. During that time, I’ve had the privilege of coaching dozens of Mock Trial teams, as well as teaching countless Constitution and Economics classes. Government and Economics are topics I never tire of studying and teaching. (Even as my retirement is beginning, I’m having difficulty letting go of those two subjects – and Shakespeare!)
Over the years I’ve written a number of books on the Constitution – including a historical novel (Failure in Philadelphia?), a play on the Convention debates, and a book on Understanding and Teaching the Constitution.
Additionally I’ve written a booklet on Understanding the Electoral College and another one on Understanding Presidential Elections (which was recently done as my first Audible book!)
My economic books now include my first textbook, a primer on government and economics – There Ought to Be a Law (Or Should there be?), and abridged versions of The Prince and Bastiat’s too little known work, Essays on Political Economy.