The best way to celebrate Constitution Day? Learn it, teach it, and do your part to apply it!

U.S. Constitution, page 1

Wikipedia says “It is the oldest written national constitution in continuous use.” Well, define “use.”

Today is the 225th Anniversary of the adoption of the U.S. Constitution. It’s one of the most important political documents in history, but we don’t know it, and therefore we’ve stopped following it.

Learn with us!

The best thing to do about that?

  • Come to our Constitution classes. Seriously, attend! It’s easy and fun. (But we warn you now, you’ll be frustrated as you realize that we really have stopped following it.)
  • Or, just follow along with the lessons by reading the papers, presentations and links on our Constitution class page (and we’re always adding material). And/or,
  • Watch and learn the Hillsdale College Constitution lectures.
  • After you’ve learned the principles and their sources, teach other people! 
  • Now, hold your elected officials accountable to their oath to defend it. This is huge. They’re doing it wrong or not at all, and it’s our fault. They’re just our representatives, We the People have the responsibility of being in charge!
  • Repeat the last two steps for the rest of your life.

Hope to see you at the classes!

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