Our Mission Statement
“The Refounders, Inc. is a non-partisan, educational and charitable organization, dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Republic of the United States of America; as envisioned by our Founders, set forth by our Declaration of Independence and created by our Constitution.”
Central Indiana Middle Schools
8th Grade Essay Contest
Due to some confusion and conflicts with the due date, we have decided to extend the turn-in date to Friday, May 3rd. The winners will be announced on this site and the schools of the winning students will be notified by Tuesday , May 28th. Recognition will be given to those students that turned their essays in on the original due date!
Separation of powers is one of the major principles of the Constitution. Separation of powers is the idea that each of the three branches of the government have distinct powers and responsibilities. There are some who feel that these powers are becoming blurred among the three branches. Describe the powers granted by the Constitution to each of the three parties. Include your opinion, with evidence, if those powers are consistent with how things are done in our country today.
Please click on Essay Contest at the top of the page to find out how to submit you Essay!
The Refounders will conduct 5 session on the UN-Agenda 21 Program. Each session consists of a video and a discussion period afterwards. Admission is FREE!
Now is the time for American’s to unite and Take control of OUR Country. After all We the People grant unto them (Government) power, they DO NOT give us our rights or liberties nor do they give power to us, our powers come from Natural Law granted unto us, We the People, from our Creator!
The UN-Agent 21 for tonight Has been Canceled
Please mark your calendar for Thursday May 16th 7PM
Grace Point Church
330 Whiteland Road
New Whiteland, Indiana.
“Since the general civilization of mankind, I believe there are more instances of the abridgment of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments by those in power than by violence and sudden usurpation.”