Henry Leissing is uniquely qualified to write on the complex subject of the US Constitution, its historical antecedents, and the present-day threats to the freedoms once secured and assured by it.

Henry has served as an inner-city minister, founded a feeding program for the poor of St. Louis, was mayor of a mid-western city, worked with numerous non-profit organizations, and since retirement has earned a doctorate in law. He is a life-long student of history, theology, government and law.

A frequent speaker on the subject of early founding of America, Henry sounds an alarm about erosions of freedoms due to out-of-control federal government encroachments.

Henry and his wife, Doris, reside in North Carolina.