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Constitution Party Newsletter

The following links are to April 2013’s issue of the Constitution Party newsletter.  If you wonder what the Constitution Party stands for, read the Constitution of the United States of America.  It also wouldn’t hurt to read the Declaration of … Continue reading

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How’s Your Constitution?

Lately I’ve been doing more reading than writing. As my previous post (MOTS) may have demonstrated, I’m pretty fed up with how things are going on the national political scene.  Today I spent some time studying the platform of the … Continue reading

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History In The Making

Today America witnessed history in the making.  For the first time since its ratification in 1789, the U.S. Constitution was actually read aloud in the House of Representatives by members of the 112th Congress.  Its seems as though the call … Continue reading

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