Hillsdale College Is Offering Their
“Constitution 101” Online Course FREE!
Register for this FREE upcoming 10-Module Course
I’m excited to announce that Hillsdale College is offering, for free, their online course, “Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution.”
This is exciting for a few reasons.
First and foremost, the Constitution, as a subject unto itself, is rarely taught in our schools anymore. Certainly not in our public schools, and rarely in our private schools.
This is by design, and the strategy has been very effective in its purpose: most people (politicians included) have no understanding of the document itself, nor the intent of those who wrote it. Without that knowledge, it is easy for our oligarchy to impose “mandates” and “laws” that are contrary to the intent and meaning of the constitution.
Remember: the Constitution was created to restrict, not empower, the Federal Government.
This concept is lost on the vast majority of people, who have succumbed to the notion that if the POTUS, or the Congress, or the Supreme Court say so, it must be so. This notion must be overcome.
Hillsdale College (with whom I have absolutely no affiliation, by the way) requires all of its graduates to take at least one semester of their Constitution Courses, regardless of their major coursework. For that, I applaud them!
Their staff of Constitutional scholars is among the best in the country, putting an emphasis on the documents themselves, as well as the intent behind the documents. This represents a critical aspect of our founding documents: to understand what was intended by the enacting of these foundational guidelines, upon which the country was to be built.
For the past couple years, I’ve been wanting to take some of Hillsdale’s courses, but simply could not afford the expense.
Now, they are offering their this and several other courses, online, at no charge! Simply register for the course, and over the next 10 weeks, gain access to the recorded material! It is archived so you can review it at your leisure. That, my friends, is a goldmine of information, now at your fingertips (mouse-tips?)
Again, I will emphasize that this is free to you … simply register to gain access. I will, however, mention that if you are so inclined and able, you are welcome (encouraged) to make a donation to offset their cost of producing this course. You’re not obligated, simply encouraged.
Click Here to Register for the Hillsdale College Constitution 101 Course