Federal Farmer: A Confederated Republic or Consolidation?

By: TJ Martinell During the Constitution’s ratification process, there was little to no debate about the type of government desired. Whether antifederalist or federalist, both sides fundamentally advocated for a federal ...

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Convention of States People Making Up History Again

 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. The con-con people are at it again: making up history to suit their purpose, that purpose being to call a second Constitutional Convention. Here’s what was ...

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Constitutional Genealogy: The New England Confederation of 1643

August 29, 2022 Founding Principles 0

By: Mike Maharrey The foundational ideas underlying the Constitution took root long before the founders drafted the document. In fact, they began to take root in the earliest days of American ...

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