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The Federalist Papers and the Law of the Land

On this day in 1788, the newly-minted Constitution becomes the official governing document of the United States of America when New Hampshire weighs in as…

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Protecting the Bill of Rights

On this day in 1791, the Bill of Rights, comprised of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, becomes law upon the State…

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The Electoral College Should Go

The EC needs to go. Some disagree, but with the unprecedented Red state gerrymandering that has accelerated because the John Roberts SCOTUS first gutted the…

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Equal Means Equal: If Not Then Here's 'Plan B'

Section 1, Amendment 14, Constitution of The United States of America: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction…

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