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Checks and Balances, Protecting Liberty Beyond Separation of Powers

The Founding Fathers were extremely suspicious of the concentration of government power in a single person… [more]

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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… [more]

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Illinois Requirements for a Valid Last Will and Testament

The Constitution’s Tenth Amendment notes that any power not given to the federal government is reserved… [more]

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Appellate Court: Plaintiffs Offered No Proof NSA Violated Their Rights

“Plaintiffs must realize that secrecy is yet another form of regulation, prescribing not ‘what the… [more]

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The “Prime Time” Republican Primary Debate and the Constitution

Both President Obama and the Supreme Court have been described as “lawless” in respect to the Constitution.… [more]

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Constitution Educational Series

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Checks and Balances, Protecting Liberty Beyond Separation of Powers

The Founding Fathers were extremely suspicious of the concentration of government power in a single person or small group of people. To protect against concentrated power they designed the … [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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Illinois Requirements for a Valid Last Will and Testament

The Constitution’s Tenth Amendment notes that any power not given to the federal government is reserved to the states or the people. The Constitution does not give the federal government power over … [Read More...]

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Appellate Court: Plaintiffs Offered No Proof NSA Violated Their Rights

“Plaintiffs must realize that secrecy is yet another form of regulation, prescribing not ‘what the citizen may do’ but instead ‘what the citizen may know.’”  US Appellate Court Judge Janice Rogers … [Read More...]

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Both President Obama and the Supreme Court have been described as “lawless” in respect to the Constitution. That description addresses actions perceived to be outside the authority granted to them by … [Read More...]

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