U.S. Constitution

April 10, 2011
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The document which, 200+ years ago,  first provided a blueprint for a new kind of civilization:  individual free citizens protected by law.  Today as always, it stands as our only buffer against tyranny…and of course a prime target for tyranny’s tireless foot soldiers. Distort its original wording and intention, make tyrannies large & small legal, and the tyrants have won.

Full text and reliable annotations/explanations of the entire U.S. Constitution, line by line at the Cornell U. Law School website.

Read and reference the U.S. Constitution [and other “Charters of Freedom”] at Archives.gov.

The Constitution tersely explained at USConstitution.net.

More about the Supreme Court which exists to interpret the Constitution.

Heritage Foundation’s simple explanation of each part of the Constitution with a wealth of essays attached to each part.

7 Responses to U.S. Constitution

  1. Flag Day, 2015 | Dittoville on June 14, 2015 at 11:49 am

    […] America, the realization of mankind’s noblest aspirations; free individuals living out their destinies and lives with the freedom to do so assured by our Constitutional, God-given Rights of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. […]

  2. U.S. Constitution-Annotated | Dittoville on June 14, 2015 at 12:12 pm

    […] referenced annotation of the U.S. Constitution, line by line, clause by […]

  3. Elena Kagan | Michelle-Antoinette on July 5, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    […] Another Supreme Court Obamatron, like her black-robed sisters Sonia & Ruth, who believes the U.S. Constitution is defective and in need of a [radical, lifelong leftwing] Wise Woman’s touch. A curious stance for a member of the Supreme Court whose function is to interpret, not re-write, the most enduring and beneficial document in civilized mankind’s history. […]

  4. Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Michelle-Antoinette on July 8, 2015 at 11:50 am

    […] in force in the world.” But, apparently, too old for a radical activist intent on scrapping the genius of our Founding Fathers for her Radical Chic revamping of […]

  5. Principle, not personality | Dittoville on February 25, 2016 at 2:33 pm

    […] dedication to the Old Rugged Constitution-life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness-not the whims of humanity and its follies, is one […]

  6. […] The Constitution is, not as the outgoing First Egoist has stated, “just a piece of parchment [with] no power on its own.” On the contrary, the principles of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness must have ALL the power, that which rules us and all functions of government. Unlike the activist master planning of ObamaWorld  extending back to Woodrow Wilson’s high-handed Progressivism, Constitutional government is there to clear and protect the path for free people to pursue their individual destinies. […]

  7. Happy Birthday, U.S. Constitution! | Dittoville on October 21, 2017 at 6:40 am

    […] Dittoville, there are some other specific posts and links referencing the Constitution, but a steadier, more organized approach seems to be in […]

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