Gary Porter | Constitution Leadership Initiative
The Founders believed a well-educated people were a key component in the preservation of free government, yet they gave no power over education to the federal government in the Constitution.
Today, the federal government is quite involved in the operation of state-run public education; how did that happen?
Finally, for those concerned about the effect of progressive education on American society, there is much to be concerned about.
What can be done? Come prepared to learn and discuss.
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Gary Porter is Executive Director of the Constitution Leadership Initiative, Inc. (CLI) a project to encourage a better understanding of the U.S. Constitution among the American people.
Gary retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1989 after a 21-year career flying the F-15, F-105 and several different models of gray steel desk. After another 20 years of working for various defense contractors, Gary retired for good on 31 Dec 2012 to devote his full energies to CLI.
CLI provides courses on the U.S. and Virginia Constitutions, and promotes the use of other, online and live courses as the needs of the audience dictate. Gary also re-enacts James Madison, in period costume, when distributing pocket Constitutions to school children.
Gary writes periodic essays: “Constitutional Corner,” focused on timely constitutional topics, which are distributed to a subscriber list and featured on various websites.
As “James Madison,” Gary is invited into public schools to explain Madison’s role in created the Bill of Rights and explain various aspects of Madison’s life.
Gary can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 757-867-9120.