Readers of Claremont Institute Precepts know that we do not often ask for support. But today we are. The task before us is large. Americans must be reminded of the noble principles and traditions that made us a powerful and free people; they must also understand how far we have drifted from those principles and traditions. A public education campaign is needed, one that can shape public opinion in support of the best that America offers.
That is the charge of the Claremont Institute. To accomplish it we have assembled a team of the best patriotic minds in America, and we are producing more scholarship and teaching more people than ever before. But that requires more resources.
By investing in the Claremont Institute, you are supporting the only national organization dedicated to the principles of the American Founding, and to restoring limited government and the conditions of freedom that used to characterize American society. You can support the work of the Claremont Institute with a tax-deductible donation simply by clicking here.
The Claremont Institute is unparalleled in diagnosing the problem of the administrative state and the false theory that gave rise to it. And we now have a new way for you to support the Claremont Institute and help us dismantle the administrative state, while protecting your investments and estate from its greedy tentacles. It is called "planned giving," and we have a new section on our web site that explains the many benefits that you might enjoy. Among those benefits,
- planned giving allows you to keep more of your money and actually increase your discretionary income by restructuring your investment and savings portfolios.
- planned giving allows you, not IRS bureaucrats, to decide who gets your money after your death.
Every patriot knows that some minimal taxes must be paid to support good, limited government. But our government today is neither good nor limited; it is big, bloated, and its policies often injure the rights of citizens rather than protect them. Let us help you protect yourself and your family from the unjust reach of the administrative state, and show you how you can help the Claremont Institute at the same time.
To learn more about the Claremont Institute's planned giving programs, please visit us on the Internet at www.claremont.gift-planning.org, or call Robert Gransden, Director of Development, at 909-621-6825.