This column presents facts regarding the United States Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Wisconsin State Constitution, and various other documents in reference to modern topics. Mark hopes to encourage interest in those works so that others can consider whether our government is practicing within its constitutional limits. In the last category, he may indicate his opinion. Mark is a resident of New Berlin. Readers are encouraged to visit the following sites for more information on the United States Constitution and Thomas Jefferson's views on politics and government.
An entertaining, educational and motivating history lesson on the State and Federal Constitutions. Discussion and Q&A with the experts to follow. (see the link below)
Over the years, the National Center For Constitutional Studies has held seminars in many different places: schools, libraries, business meeting rooms, churches, homes, college campuses, city convention centers, etc. No matter the setting, when good people come together in the spirit of learning who sense that something is terribly amiss in America; and they are seeking to know if there are better answers, a sense of peace and hope pervades the room as the story of the Founder’s message is unfolded to them.
We invite you to come join us as we discover