Hillsdale, MI –-(Ammoland.com)- On this day, 227 years ago, 39 courageous men signed the Constitution and forever changed the course of history.
As a good friend of Hillsdale College, you know that the College helps restore constitutionally-limited government to America by teaching all who wish to learn about the principles of liberty and limited government.
That’s why, to celebrate this occasion, I have a special announcement to share with you.
On September 29 2014, the College will launch its newest, no-cost online course .: http://tiny.cc/ns9dmx
This course covers the basics about the President’s unique responsibility to uphold and obey the Constitution — an issue that’s becoming more and more important in an age of unprecedented executive orders and agency regulations.
Hillsdale’s newest free online course, “The Presidency and the Constitution,” focuses on how the Progressives have transformed the Presidency and subverted liberty—an issue that’s becoming more and more important in an age of unprecedented executive orders and agency regulations.
This course runs for ten weeks, and is available absolutely free to all who wish to learn. Each week consists of an online lecture, given by a Hillsdale College professor, as well as a Q&A session, which will be available for viewing on demand later in the week at your own convenience.
With this class, you will be equipped to understand and defend the timeless principles of liberty upon which America was founded. Just imagine yourself being well-informed about the Constitution . . . comfortable talking with friends and neighbors . . . capable of answering questions . . . confident writing letters to the editor, or questioning political candidates and elected officials at town halls!
So sign up now, there’s never been a better time!
I’ll be sending you more information on this soon, but I wanted to give you a special opportunity to enroll early.
Thank you for your support of the College. And, Happy Constitution Day!
Warmest regards,Larry P. Arnn
President, Hillsdale College
Pursuing Truth — Defending Liberty since 1844
Hillsdale College, founded in 1844, has built a national reputation through its maintenance of a classical core curriculum and its principled refusal to accept federal or state taxpayer subsidies. It also conducts an outreach effort promoting civil and religious liberty, including a free monthly speech digest, Imprimis, with a current circulation of over two million.