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Marry Me

by wederday in Law, April 26, 2014

For better or worse, till death us do part. Is this the wisest of contracts?

The United States and The U.s. Constitution

by koksalan in Law, January 6, 2014

The United States and the U.S. Constitution.

The United States or Just America

by koksalan in Issues, January 5, 2014

The United States or Just America.

Third Amendment to The U.s. Constitution

by Vanity Press News in Law, January 3, 2014

Third Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Second Amendment to The U.s. Constitution

by Vanity Press News in Law, January 3, 2014

Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Intimate Knowledge of Conduct – Legal Trends and Constitutional Course

by Anthony Mallgren in Law, August 13, 2013

Discusses the progression of exegesis, application of ethical doctrine and the future trajectory of conduct into the beginning of the 21st century.

Why Does The Actual Articles of Confederation Fall Short

by teddy63 in History, June 20, 2013

Since the days when Americans picked up autonomy from Great Britain, the individuals and government officials have tried to function together to shape an administration and a set of decides that the greater part concurs with. Despite the fact that the United States Constitution demarcates our administration today, it was not dependably utilized as a part of this nation.

Why The Constitution (Bill of Rights) Isn’t Outdated

by DanFlick in Law, May 16, 2013

The power of the Bill of Rights has been a hot topic of controversy lately. Here is a short explanation as to why I believe it wrong to call the Constitution "too old".

So You Want to Ban Guns

by Read Me in History, April 13, 2013

The conflicting points introduced into the constitution were to make room for opinions, debates and positive reform. The right to bear arms and the recent gun ban debate is a great illustration of the US constitution at work in this sense.

The Cornerstone of American Law

by rabidsheep in Law, February 3, 2013

There are just a few truly great documents that represent the foundation stones upon which the American system of government was built. One is the Declaration of Independence. Another is The Bill of Rights. But when it comes to the legal girding that we always go back to in order to test if a law in this land can stand or fall, it is the Constitution of the United States of America that is that backbone that defines right and wrong for us.

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