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Americans consistently rate Congress as one of the most unpopular branches of our government.Americans consistently rate Congress as one of the most unpopular branches of our government.
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This sponsored message from Freedom and Liberty Report is on behalf of Hillsdale College

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͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   ͏   This sponsored message from Freedom and Liberty Report is on behalf of Hillsdale College HiLLSDALE COLLEGE Dear Fellow American,  Americans consistently rate Congress as one of the most unpopular branches of our government. But do you know how the “sausage is made” in the halls of the U.S. Congress? Here’s a preview: It’s a far cry from the Schoolhouse Rock! song many of us learned as kids.  We have to go back to how our Founding Fathers designed the U.S. Congress if we’re going to understand this fully. Thankfully, Hillsdale College created our free online course, “Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn’t,” to do just that.  And right now—for a limited time—this online course is available in a special DVD box set for viewing in your home or with a small group. You can order your copy at this secure link: The 11-lecture course explores the Founders’ understanding of the legislative power and how Congress should work, the progressive rejection of that understanding, and how it has affected American politics. You can get your DVD box set of “Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn’t” right away with a tax-deductible gift of $100 or more.  I'm an image And by doing so, your gift will also support our free online courses and other educational outreach efforts that reach and teach millions of Americans nationwide.  As you may know, these online courses, including “Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn’t” and our other educational outreach efforts on behalf of liberty, are only possible because of the generous support from donors like you.  Your gift matters because we do not take a dime—NOT EVEN ONE PENNY!—from the government. Even indirectly in the form of student grants and loans.   So, will you help us reach and teach millions of Americans with free online courses and other educational programs by making a tax-deductible gift of $100 or more today?   Your gift makes a huge difference in maintaining our independence and critical educational outreach efforts. And remember, when you do, you’ll also receive your DVD set of “Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn’t.” But only a limited number of these DVDs are available, so be sure to reserve your copy now using this secure link: In this critical time for America, when Congress seems so dysfunctional, we are deeply grateful for your friendship and support.  On behalf of Hillsdale College, I hope you enjoy the course!   Warm regards, Bill Gray, ’01 Vice President Institutional Advancement Hillsdale College Freedom Liberty Report PO Box 1188 Fort Collins, CO 80522 |
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