Institute on the Constitution
The Institute on the Constitution is a paleoconservative think-tank and educational organization based in Pasadena, Maryland. The Institute is a project of the American College of Cultural Studies. The Institute's aim "is intended to reconnect Americans to the history of the American Republic and to their heritage of freedom under law." The Insitutate educates students about American history and Constitutional government from a constitutional conservative perspective.
The Institute is heavily associated with the Constitution Party. It is funded primarily by the law firm of 2004 Constitution Party presidential nominee Michael Peroutka. Maryland Republican Party Delegate Donald H. Dwyer, Jr. and former Republican David K. Kyle have both served as directors of the Institute.
The Institute is also heavily involved in the efforts of Judge Roy Moore.
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