WaPo notes the attraction of Colonial Willliamsburg for Tea Party adherents and other anti-liberals who are inspired by the Constitution and seek guidance from the founding. Obviously, they won't find what they are seeking in historical exhibits, however well done. Of course, the Federalist Papers and other founding documents are on-line, but they require mentors for more than a superficial understanding. Popularly written commentaries, websites, and media appearances can help, but nothing replaces an inspiring teacher.
Why not a consortium of trusted, thoughtful conservatives who can teach the founding to thirsty citizens? The project will need to extend to every major and medium population center and require years of involvement. The Ashbrook Center, Hillsdale College, and the Claremont Institute can offer resources, and numerous other think-tanks and scholarly centers can contribute to these "Committees of Correspondence" as well. Maybe these fine institutions should just continue doing what they have been doing and not adjust their programs to the instant situation. But it would be a shame to waste this constitutonal crisis.