On Constitution Day 2016



“We the People” Established Our Contract
With the Federal Govt.
229 now Years Ago on Sept. 17
ConstitutionalStates“It will be of little avail to the people that laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, so incoherent that they cannot be understood: if they be repealed or revised before they are promulgated, or undergo such incessant changes that no man who knows what the law is today can guess what it will be tomorrow.”
– Alexander Hamilton from The Notes by Ronald Reagan

I am sure most of you know Sept. 17th is Constitution Day. Many people  firmly believe that the Constitution was divinely inspired and the most important document America has. It is our foundation and it is also critical to our future. That is why we must educate ourselves and other Citizens about the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Here are some sources from our website:


P.S.: The founders knew that a government without strict limits would be the greatest threat liberty.

So Tenth Amendment Center put together this Constitution 101 Introduction page – it’s a collection of 48 articles explaining the original constitution on issues like land, the right to keep and bear arms, war, spying, and more.



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William "Bill" Hicks

Very good. As a person that has taken advantage of Hillsdale College online courses, I must encourage everyone to take the time to enroll in Constitution 101. For those who have little or much understanding of the Constitution, they will all gain a higher appreciation of our founding documents.

You will find that Hillsdale College will prepare you to pass with flying colors, the Constitution Quiz. But most important, you will have tools to answer question that many citizens have no knowledge of. You will also be in a position to be an educated citizens capable of making good election decisions.