I came to Washington, D.C. just over a decade ago with one overarching mission: to support and defend our Constitution and the political and personal freedoms it upholds. Do you want to know something important I’ve learned?
The Swamp will not save the economy, abide by our Constitution, nor will they restore our Republic. Politics is downstream from culture. Restoring our Republic requires a citizenry who understands the principles of the Founding Fathers, capitalism, and our Constitution.
Which is why I am supporting the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE): FEE is educating both high school and college students about the true principles of free markets, entrepreneurship, individual liberties, and personal responsibility.
In fact, the Foundation for Economic Education has launched “FEE In the Classroom.”
It is a unique program held in brick-and-mortar and virtual classrooms across the country that teach young Americans the principles of free markets, individual liberty, and limited government.
As thousands of young Americans come to understand the positive impact freedom has on their lives, their communities, and our country through FEE in the Classroom workshops, their most frequently asked question afterwards is : “why haven’t I heard these ideas before?”
You and I both know why these students have never heard the ideas of liberty before: America’s public schools don’t teach our nation’s founding principles anymore. But FEE is changing this–and they are doing it in classrooms and virtual classrooms across the country.
I am PERSONALLY supporting FEE In the Classroom and am asking all of my supporters to contribute or even sponsor a FEE In the Classroom program. Please click here to contribute $1,000, $500, $250, $100, $50, or even $10.
It’s no secret the Radical Left, Cancel Culture, and big government have teamed up to indoctrinate our nation’s youth into embracing socialism.
The sad truth is that free market capitalism, the history of our Founding Fathers, entrepreneurship, and are NOT being taught in high schools or college campuses across the country.
FEE’s President, Zilvinas Silenas, knows this more than anyone… Zilvinas once lived under the Soviet Union’s Communist rule in Lithuania. He’s now made it his life’s mission to educate young people about the dangers of socialism and how free markets and free people solve problems.
Trust me… if some of my colleagues in the U.S. Senate attended a FEE In the Classroom teaching, we would not be the same mess we are in today.
Here is our goal: I am trying to help FEE raise $25,000 in the next 48 hours to help fund FEE In the Classroom workshops for over 1,000 students. I hope you will consider making a donation of ANY size by using one of the links below:
Friend, I’m sure you share my frustration with the direction of our country. We cannot count on our government for fiscal restraint, nor our schools or universities for any fair argument for free-market ideas.
I hope I can count on your support and see your name on the list of FEE’s newest supporters.
Thank you for everything,
Senator Rand Paul