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InsiderOnline Blog: September 2012

To Do: Celebrate Constitution Day

Celebrate Constitution Day, which is September 17. Here’s a few ideas: (1) Check out the online Heritage Guide to the Constitution, a comprehensive and searchable guide to every clause in the Constitution; (2) Visit Hillsdale College’s online Constitution Reader, which lets you view 113 primary source documents related to the Constitution. (3) Take Hillsdale’s online course Constitution 101, which is archived and can be started at any time. (4) Pick up a copy of the Federalist Papers, now available in free e-book format (along with 375 other classics) from OpenCulture.com. (5) Check out TeachingAmericanHistory.org’s exhibits on the American Founding. (6) Learn about current constitutional controversies at the Cato Institute’s annual Supreme Court Review, an all-day conference on September 18.

Head over the Values Voter Summit, which runs Friday through Sunday at the Omni Shoreham in Washington, D.C. Among the discussions offered: Understanding Radical Islam 101; Repealing ObamaCare; Economic Inequality: Reconciling Capitalism and Compassion; Millennials and the Future of Political Engagement; and Debunking the Myth of Separation … Why Pastors Must Engage in Politics. The Values Bus will be there, too.

Fill up your e-library with some classics every conservative should read. Did we mention the Federalist papers are now available for free in e-book format at OpenCulture.org. So are selected works of John Locke, Edmund Burke, Adam Smith, and George Orwell.

Posted on 09/14/12 12:07 PM by Alex Adrianson

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