We the People – Constitution Day, September 17

We the People – Constitution Day, September 17

The Constitutional Convention was initially convened by the Congress of the Confederation in 1787 to revise the Articles of Confederation.  Under the Articles, the new government had quickly come to a stalemate between the northern states and those in the south.  The...
Law Day: Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom

Law Day: Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom

Today, May 1, is Law Day, “an annual commemoration first held in 1957 when American Bar Association President Charles Rhynes envisioned a special national day to mark our nation’s commitment to the rule of law. The following year, President Dwight D. Eisenhower...
Constitution Day, September 17

Constitution Day, September 17

The Constitutional Convention was initially convened by the Congress of the Confederation in 1787 to revise the Articles of Confederation.  Under the Articles, the new government had quickly come to somewhat of a stalemate between the northern states and those in the...
Prayer in Schools

Prayer in Schools

The First Amendment, through the Fourteenth Amendment, prohibits states from enacting laws “respecting the establishment of religion.”  The state of New York required that each day students in public schools say the pledge of allegiance and say a prayer....
We the People

We the People

Wednesday marks the 227th anniversary of the United States Constitution.  Signed in Philadelphia at Independence Hall on September 17, 1787 , the Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.  Adopted in 1777 and ratified in 1781, the Articles created a...

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