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Fun Facts About the Constitution

It’s Constitution Week, time to learn about and celebrate the founding documents that made the United States the free country… Read More

The Constitution: The Foundation of a Nation

Before there was the United States, colonists lived in America but were still ruled by their home countries. After a… Read More

Constitution Day – The First Day of Constitution Week

On September 17, 1787, after three months of debate, a majority of the delegates at the Constitutional Convention signed one… Read More

Independence Day: The History You Might Not Know

In April 1775,  colonial militiamen and British troops fought in Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, starting the American Revolution. Citizens of… Read More

How the Scottish Enlightenment Shaped the West

Whenever the intellectuals discuss the success of Western civilization and what inspired the most remarkable society in human history, the… Read More

Prince Harry: The First Amendment Is ‘Bonkers’

The U.K.’s Prince Harry has once again to stirred up American media, this time for calling the First Amendment “bonkers” on a… Read More

Yellow Journalism: A Legacy of Sensationalism

Journalism is supposed to be one of the most honorable professions. In fact, the First Amendment of the United States… Read More

A Primer on Republics

A republic is a government being ruled by representatives voted for and elected by the citizens. Although the people do… Read More

The Sixth Amendment: A Person’s Rights in Court

The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects important rights for people who are accused of committing a crime. Like… Read More

What Is Court-Packing?

Article III of the Constitution created the United States Supreme Court, but it didn’t give much detail about how the… Read More

The Age of Enlightenment: What Would America Be Without It?

The Western world became a beacon of justice, freedom, and prosperity because of the ideas in the Age of Enlightenment,… Read More