So Juliette, you are really on fire for the Constitution, and you’re 14 years old. What’s next for you? What are you going to do with this for the rest of your life?
That’s always the million dollar question, isn’t it? But I’m very interested in the Constitution and politics and preserving our country for future generations. And so I’d love to serve my country in some way. But I’m also working on another book right now, which is about our presidents, and so that’s probably the next step for me, and hopefully I’ll continue writing books for my generation about our country’s founding.
Well, I hope you plan on coming to Patrick Henry College, because you would be perfect, and we would teach you more about the Constitution than anybody else, so in about three years, Juliette, you need to be showing up at Patrick Henry College, and we’ll put you on the moot court team, and you can, you know, be president or something, OK?
We are excited whenever we run across young people who are on fire for the freedom of our country, because it’s the freedom for their country that really matters. If we’re going to have a free country for the next generation, we have to have young people like Juliette who understand what freedom’s about and are working to preserve it. I’m Mike Farris.