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Constitution Study Group

Study the U.S. Constitution to learn the original meaning as shown by The Federalist Papers

Members: 821
Latest Activity: on Thursday

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1. STAY ON TOPIC! This Group is about our founding documents:The Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution, The Federalist Papers, etc. Please do not post photos, info about rallies, candidates, your own pet theories, your own agenda, links to groups you want to promote, stuff you are selling, rumors, forwarded emails which have circulated throughout the country, etc.

2. Vulgar & obscene language is not tolerated. 

3. PLEASE read previous posts & discussions before you post anything. You may find that your Questions have already been addressed! I'm trying to keep the posts as CONCISE as possible so new members don't have so much to read to catch up.
4. DO NOT START ANY NEW DISCUSSIONS UNLESS YOU HAVE READ EVERY EXISTING DISCUSSION & ARE ASSURED THAT YOUR TOPIC HAS NOT ALREADY BEEN DISCUSSED!

Discussion Forum

We Have Rights and the Government Has Privileges

Started by Jack Coleman Dec 18, 2013. 0 Replies

Part 1 -…Continue

George Mason on Politicians

Started by Katie Baker. Last reply by Jack Coleman Sep 29, 2013. 2 Replies

"Nothing so strongly impels a man to regard the interest of his constituents, as the certainty of…Continue

Tags: Politicians, Convention, George_Mason

Dangers to representative government and Safeguards

Started by Jack Coleman. Last reply by Cindy Lyons Aug 12, 2013. 9 Replies

 This Training Manual No. TM 2000-25 on Citizenship, U.S. History and the Constitution was compiled and issued by the U.S. War Department, November 30, 1928, to teach our young men in the services…Continue

The 4th Amendment and PRISM

Started by Mike Foil. Last reply by Jack Coleman Jun 10, 2013. 1 Reply

Amendment IV“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but…Continue

Tags: Constitution, PRISM, Amendment, 4th

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Comment by Dwight M. Schmitz on Thursday

Would it be worthwhile re-linking the outline page to the relevant discussions?

Comment by Dwight M. Schmitz on Thursday

Mike - Thanks!!! You're right, it would be nice if they still worked, but...oh well. Thanks again!

Comment by Mike Foil on Thursday

Dwight, that article gives you an outline, but the links are no longer active.  If you search through the articles you found under the "view all" link, you will find the articles for each part of the outline.  That outline was added later on in this group site, so it is not necessary to have the links active as most of us did not have the outline at all while we were reading and learning here.  It would be nice if they still worked, but you can still get the same information from the various articles.

Comment by Dwight M. Schmitz on Thursday

Bob, thanks for your patience. Apparently I need work on my communication skills! :-)

The link that Mike referred to, the "View All" link just above the comments box on this page, takes me to View All, and while there is a large amount of information, the page that I'm interested in is found at the follow link... We Must WALK Before we RUN, Learn before we TEACH, and UNDERSTAND b... This page is laid out kind of like a syllabus, but most of the links just go to an error page.

Comment by Land Shark aka Bob E on Thursday

Even though Mark put those in order, I have found over the years, when conveying what I have learned to young people, that it's necessary to start out with PH's paper on "Rights".  These young folks do not have a clue.  If they do not understand the basic concept of God-given rights, then they can be led into believing "rights" come from the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and other garbage.  Then that knowledge can be extended to the "natural" rights States have to nullify unconstitutional legislation.  See?  It kinda works in stages.

Comment by Land Shark aka Bob E on Thursday

Dwight, Mark is right on in the article on walking before running.  For example, there is no way you can understand the evils of the BBA's that have been introduced and that will be introduced without a good understanding of "enumerated" powers.  My IQ is low-medium and it took me the better part of a year to understand that what's NOT in the Constitution is just as important as what is.  But once you get the mind-set, you will never, never look at news again in the same way!  The other side have been at this a long, long time. 

Comment by Dwight M. Schmitz on Thursday

Mike - That links does work and takes me to a very different set of links that also lead to numerous discussions. Thanks. I guess I was hoping for what the "We Must Walk..." page has, as it's in a very specific order and, as it says on that page, order is important.

Comment by Mike Foil on Thursday

Dwight, click on the "view all" link just about three inches above where you are reading this.  It is just above the box to write comments.  I just tried it and it works.

Comment by Dwight M. Schmitz on Thursday

Bob - on the right side of this page under the heading Pages (1) are two links, "We Must Walk Before We Run..." and "View All." Both links take me to the aforementioned page (We Must Walk Before We Run...") where most of the links come up with Page not found. Am I clicking on the correct links?

Comment by Land Shark aka Bob E on Thursday

I just clicked on it above and it came up with at least 6 pages of titles of discussions with about 10 on each page.  Sure you clicked on the one just above?  Sounds like you were taken back to the home page of the Constitution Study group.  That paper was written by Mark and is a good read, but it's separate from the discussions.

 
 
 

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