The United States Constitution is the most important document
in U.S. History.
It is the outline for our government.
These articles explain various aspects
of our Constitution.
Please take one hour to read the entire Constitution.
It is well worth your time.
Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting ~ Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803 ~ Pittsburgh, PA 15227 ~ 412-310-4886 ~ email@example.com
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Social Policy & Programs Consulting
Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice
Executive Orders and the U.S. Constitution
Yes, They Are Constitutional
Activist Supreme Court Judges Created Their Own Power
The Constitution Does Not Authorize Judicial Review
Separation of Church and State: Myths and Facts
The Founders Tried to Protect Us from Religious Extremists
National Day of Prayer is Unconstitutional
Impeachment: Myths, Facts, and History
Ask your school board why they don't teach this.
How Does the Electoral College Work?
And Why Don't We Get Rid of It?
Supreme Court Spectacle Illustrates the Nomination Process
And Senate Republicans Execute Outstanding Obstruction Obstacles
The US Must Prosecute Torture
The Constitution Says So.
Accused Terrorists Should be Tried as Civilians
Unless You Don't Trust Our Constitution
The Ten Biggest Lies in America
You've Heard All of Them
Nationwide Grassroots Project Will Amend U.S. Constitution to End Corporate Power in Elections
Restore American democracy. Corporations are not people.
What is it anyway? And does it still matter?
What does "general welfare" mean?
We can't make progress without them.
This is how we create terrorists.
Term Limits, Gerrymandering, and Campaign Finance Reform
Advocates use the wrong constitutional argument.
Many journalists got this wrong.
Of the People, By the People, For the People
Secession, the U.S. Constitution, and the Consequences
It's Not What You Think
Our Founders Gave Us a Living Constitution
Appreciate Your Bill of Rights
Celebrate Our 223rd Bill of Rights Day
Our schools still don't teach this stuff.
Presidential Czars and the U.S. Constitution