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Free Expression on Campus – A Right for All Students

Constitution Day is here – an occasion for Americans to celebrate and learn about one of the nation’s founding documents…. Read More

A Tale of Two Holidays – Constitution and Citizenship Day

America celebrates its independence on the Fourth of July. While many think of this as the nation’s birthday, the true… Read More

Bill of Rights Day – 230 Years of Protecting Freedom

December 15 is Bill of Rights Day – a day to celebrate the rights that every American enjoys, from freedom… Read More

The Fourth Amendment: Protecting Privacy and Possessions

Imagine government agents and police searching your home – without your permission or any evidence that you’ve broken the law… Read More

How Has the Bill of Rights Changed?

The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are the founding documents of the United States. A… Read More

Has the Presidency Become Too Powerful?

The president of the United States has the most significant job in the federal government, leading the executive branch. The… Read More

Revolutionary Women: America’s Founding Females

The Founding Fathers and their heroic actions helped form the United States, where freedoms are first and foremost protected. But… Read More

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

Constitution Day – The First Day of Constitution Week

The Constitutional Convention was a meeting of delegates from the 13 original states. Most of the attendees didn’t plan to… 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

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