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Who Is The Final Judge or Interpreter in Constitutional Controversies by Joseph Story

Who Is The Final Judge or Interpreter in Constitutional Controversies: JOSEPH STORY was born on September 18, 1779, in Marblehead, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard College in 1798. Story read law in the offices of two Marblehead attorneys and was … Continue reading

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Rules of Interpreting the Constitution by Justice Joseph Story

Rules of Interpreting the Constitution: JOSEPH STORY was born on September 18, 1779, in Marblehead, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard College in 1798. Story read law in the offices of two Marblehead attorneys and was admitted to the bar in … Continue reading

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Patrick Henry may well be proved a Prophet as well as a Statesman

Patrick Henry speech Thursday, June 5, 1788, on the dangerous ambiguities of the Constitution; it should be noted that Henry also demanded a Bill of Rights to be added to the Constitution which it later was. Yet when the Federal … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Freedom of the Press; by Senator Ebenezer Mack (1791-1849)

When contemplating the liberties, freedoms and protections afforded United States Citizens by the Constitution and Bill of Rights: Remember the Free Exercise of Religion was the first to be protected by the Framers; the Freedom of Speech and of the … Continue reading

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THE LIBERTY OF THE PRESS by Charles F. Partington 1836

Amendment 1; United States Constitution – Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right … Continue reading

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DANIEL WEBSTER AND OUR AMERICAN FLAG

Daniel Webster saw the rising glory of our national government and the adoring admiration of the people of this free country for our national banner, the bright symbol of our liberties and our progress, and in a burst of loyal … Continue reading

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A RESUME OF AMERICAN HISTORY by Lawrence A. Gobright , Esq., (1816-1881)

A RESUME OF AMERICAN HISTORY, An Oration by Lawrence A. Gobright , Esq., (1816-1881) Delivered At  Washington D.C., (Ford’s Opera House),  July 4th, 1876. Ladies And Gentlemen, Fellow-members Of The Oldest Inhabitants Association, And Soldiers Of The War Of 1812:— … Continue reading

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BENEFITS OF THE REPUBLICAN EXPERIMENT IN AMERICA by Thomas G. Alvord 1810- 1897

The ideas of the American Republicanism of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America in the History of the World is essentially brand new. Never before in the history of mankind, nor in any other place on the … Continue reading

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RISE OF CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY by Dr. Richard Salter Storrs July 4 1876

Rise Of Constitutional Liberty An Oration Delivered By The Rev. Dr. R. S. Storrs, At The Academy Of Music, New York, July 4, 1876. Mr. President—Fellow-citizen : The long-expected day has come, and passing peacefully the impalpable line which separates … Continue reading

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The National Utterances And Achievements Of Our First Century by John M Langston 1876

The National Utterances And Achievements Of Our First Century. An Oration By Prof. John Mercer Langston, L.L.D. Delivered At Portsmouth, Virginia, July 4th, 1876. Mr. President Of The Banneker Lyceum And Fellow-citizens: I congratulate you upon the name which your … Continue reading

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The Consequence of Bad Legal Precedent in American Legislation

Keep in mind every law the Congress and the President of the United States pass, sets what is called “Precedent“. Which in common law legal systems, a precedent or authority is a principle or rule i.e. Law established in a … Continue reading

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