The United States Constitution

A forum for discussing the meaning of the United States Constitution for our political process.

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I am concerned about the direction of the United States economy and politics, and about our declining influence in the world. I feel we are losing our moral and ethical bearings.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Article 6 - Ratification

In three paragraphs, the Constitution makes no bones about its legal importance. The Constitution is "the supreme law of the land". That's why it's so important and why many people invoke the Constitution to support their views. Unfortunately, fewer people actually read it, which is one of the reasons I created this blog and why the National Constitution Center is such a wonderful place.

Listen to Article 6.


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