The US Constitution was adopted as the governance documents for the United States of America on September 17, 1787. Most of us are likely not as familiar with the short but powerful document as we should be (link here for the full seven Articles, plus amendments, with references), and the resurgent conversation regarding the duties and appropriate powers of Congress is offering great opportunities to become better citizens, by becoming better educated about what “they,” the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches, are and are NOT supposed to be doing.
Hillsdale College is sponsoring a free, full day webinar broadcast of a live town hall event this Saturday, January 30th, on Reviving the Constitution. Link here to register, and if you’d like a peek at the schedule, here’s the pdf link. NOTE: IF YOU WERE UNABLE TO WATCH THE LIVE BROADCAST, AN ARCHIVE IS AVAILABLE AT THE ABOVE REGISTRATION LINK.
Our February 15th, (Presidents Day) meet up will also be centered on the Constitution (details to follow), so, go get your education on (for free!)