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New Hampshire Ratifies June 21, 1788 and Constitution Becomes Effective

On June 21, 1788. New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify the United States Constitution. Pursuant… [more]

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Birthing of the Declaration of Independence: Part Seven, Quill is Set to Parchment

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Considerations in Appointing a Child’s Guardian in a Will

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Book Review: The Partisan Divide: Congress in Crisis

Much of my writing on the Constitution is inspired by an effort to bring Americans together in understanding… [more]

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Compact for America Solution to Article V Convention Issues According to the Founders, Part III

The preceding Part I and Part II, containing Exhibits A through G overwhelmingly establish the laser-focus… [more]

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New Hampshire Ratifies June 21, 1788 and Constitution Becomes Effective

On June 21, 1788. New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify the United States Constitution. Pursuant to the Constitution’s Article VII New Hampshire’s ratification put the Constitution officially in … [Read More...]

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Constitution & Its People

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Birthing of the Declaration of Independence: Part Seven, Quill is Set to Parchment

The celebration of American Independence Day on the Fourth of July has come to include parades, barbecues and fireworks.  The celebrations should include discussions of how the Declaration of … [Read More...]

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Considerations in Appointing a Child’s Guardian in a Will

There are many reasons to create a Last Will and Testament, but for parents with a minor child, appointment of a child's guardian is among the best.  Doing so may be a parent's best chance at choosing … [Read More...]

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Book Review: The Partisan Divide: Congress in Crisis

Much of my writing on the Constitution is inspired by an effort to bring Americans together in understanding our founding principles.  The Constitution itself is not Republican or Democrat, liberal or … [Read More...]

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Compact for America Solution to Article V Convention Issues According to the Founders, Part III

The preceding Part I and Part II, containing Exhibits A through G overwhelmingly establish the laser-focus of the Compact for America approach on advancing and ratifying a specific amendment is … [Read More...]

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