Constitutional Education at Your Fingertips

It is easy to decry the state of higher education in the United States, an arena in which William Ayers is a decorated figure.  But if you have access to a computer with an internet connection, you can rediscover a lost faith in academia and reaffirm the principles of republican government by watching and, more importantly, listening to Hillsdale College president Larry P. Arnn and members of his Hillsdale faculty teach a ten-week course on the United States Constitution beginning in February. As you may have read in Imprimis, the speech digest of Hillsdale College of Hillsdale, Michigan, Arnn is overseeing an online seminar entitled "Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution."  Anyone can register for the course here.  There is no financial obligation, but donations are welcome. Arnn's lectures bookend the course, which as a whole examines the fundamental aspects of the Constitution.  These aspects include the separation of powers, how...(Read Full Article)