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American Constitution Discussion Group, Monday in New Lebanon

The New Lebanon Library, hosts a discussion group that meets regularly to study the American Constitution. This is a bi-weekly group, that focuses on the study of the Constitution, and it’s impact on our lives. 87 more words

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American Constitution Discussion Group, Monday in New Lebanon

The New Lebanon Library, hosts a discussion group that meets regularly to study the American Constitution. This is a bi-weekly group, that focuses on the study of the Constitution, and it’s impact on our lives. 87 more words

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American Constitution Discussion Group, Monday in New Lebanon

The New Lebanon Library, hosts a discussion group that meets regularly to study the American Constitution. This is a bi-weekly group, that focuses on the study of the Constitution, and it’s impact on our lives. 83 more words

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MAN WITH A GUN vs. MAN WITH A GUN

I think if a few million of us just stated the obvious,  very  simply and matter-of-factly,  it would help to preserve our Constitution,  without which  Americans would not be free.   127 more words

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American Constitution Discussion Group, Monday in New Lebanon

The New Lebanon Library, hosts a discussion group that meets regularly to study the American Constitution. This is a bi-weekly group, that focuses on the study of the Constitution, and it’s impact on our lives. 83 more words

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Wordpress Photo Challenge: A Peek into Anglo Saxon law and the American Constitution.

As I climbed the inner and outer stairs of Rochester Castle I caught a PEEK of Rochester Cathedral, a holy site with a secret, a document older than the Magna Carta, a document upon which the Magna Carta was based as well as the constitution of the United States of America! 12 more words

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Understanding Patriotism in a Divided Land

When Colin Kaepernick decided to “take a knee” in protest of the injustice meted out against African Americans and other people of color, in spite of the words of the Pledge of Allegiance that in this land, there is “liberty and justice for all,” he set off a manufactured cry of outrage from people who said he and others who knelt were being unpatriotic, that they were disrespecting the American flag. 582 more words