The year isn’t even half over yet, but 2015 could go down as the year when our Constitution was lost for good.
After the original wording of the U.S. Constitution was completed, some of our most faithful and influential Founding Fathers were dubious of ratifying it.
They feared that if it didn’t offer more specifics about what government can and cannot do, the day would come when government could be used to threaten our God-given rights instead of defend them.
So after much deliberation and debate, the Framers came together to draft 10 Amendments called the “Bill of Rights.” Read More
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