Tuesday, February 16, 2010
For about six months I have subscribed to a newsletter, IMPRIMIS, that is published by Hillsdale College. I recommend that you register for this free newsletter because its contents are usually remarks given by speakers at the college who are supportive of the Constitution. (Of course, if you subscribe to the newsletter, you will occasionally receive requests for financial support for the college.) Hillsdale College, "pursuing truth and defending liberty," does not accept any federal or state taxpayer funds; therefore, it is free to choose its own curriculum. In its independence, it chooses to teach traditional values. The college president has a deep concern about the future of liberty in the United States. One of the reasons for his concern is the type of people who are teaching in the educational institutions nationwide. I am impressed by colleges and universities that do not accept money from governments, and it is good to know that we have one that is supportive of the Constitution. One of its outreach programs is the Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, DC.