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The U.S. Constitution has been one of the top 10 best sellers for the last two months

Kimberly Fletcher, You may be surprised to see what’s on the best-seller list this quarter.  Of course Harry Potter hit the top, that’s no surprise. But coming in second is the United States Constitution. Yes you heard that right. The U.S. Constitution has been one of the top 10 best sellers for the last two months—specifically

Our Forgotten National Birthday

Ed Feulner, We celebrate every July 4th with fireworks, parades, speeches and other tributes. And rightly so — our Declaration of Independence heralded a new age in human history. So why does Sept. 17 come and go with so little notice? That’s the date our Constitution was signed in 1787. Considering how profoundly it altered our

Why We Must Defend the Constitution, the Guardian of Liberty

Congressman Keith Rothfus,  September 17 is a special day for our country.  That is the day, in 1787, when the Constitutional Convention meeting in Philadelphia agreed to the framework for the nation’s government, our Constitution. Every American should take time that day to read the seven articles and twenty-seven amendments that are supposed to guide

The resonance of Constitution Day

Anastasia Boden, The founding pact still protects Americans’ rights. On Saturday, many people will glance at their calendars and remark that it is Constitution Day — a celebration of the day that the Founding Fathers signed our Constitution in 1787. But will it resonate just how much significance that document has — even more than

Professor Sends Email In Defense Of Student Forbidden From Handing Out Copies Of The Constitution

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Tech Dirt – by Tim Cushing On Constitution Day (Sept. 17th), a student of Modesto Junior College, Robert Van Tuinen, was prevented by Modesto Junior College administration from handing out copies of the Constitution. The college apparently believes free speech is limited to a single small concrete slab on campus, generously named the “Free Speech Zone.” Contrary to