"You owe it to your philosophy to learn how to win"

- Morton C. Blackwell

Jim DeMint

Jim DeMint supports the Institute

Morton's Leadership Institute has special training schools to equip young conservatives to fight the left and win ... in politics, journalism, and youth activism. I've seen what Morton's training does. A conservative who sees the impact he or she makes at such a young age usually fights for conservative principles throughout a lifetime.


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David Blair - Former National Director, Youth for Trumps

If I didn’t have my LI training, especially the Youth Leadership School, we would have lost.



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Kat Timpf - Fox News

As part of my job at the Leadership Institute's Campus Reform, I received TV training that taught me the skills I needed to feel confident in my first few appearances -- and then the feedback on those appearances that I needed to sharpen them. I hadn't had any kind of formal TV training beforehand.



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Jim Jordan - US Rep OH

If you want to accomplish anything of signifigance, it's never easy. It's always hard. But we need to stand up. If there is not a strong United States of America, the world gets truly dangerous. Thank you LI for training young people in these values.



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