Do You Understand the First Amendment?
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Do You Understand the First Amendment?

Do you like being able to speak your mind freely or practice whatever religion you want? People in America take these rights for granted, but these rights only exist because of the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting […]

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How MAKERS Inspired Me, Amanda Nguyen | MAKERS
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How MAKERS Inspired Me, Amanda Nguyen | MAKERS

When I was working in finance, I did it because that’s what everybody else was doing, And I said OK, well, I’ll give this a try. And I did not like it. I literally watched Makers videos. I watched them over, and over, over again. And just watching these incredible women, heroes of mine, Hillary […]

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The Best Part of the Constitution

Today is Constitution Day! So what’s your favorite part of the Constitution? I’m not sure, what’s it’s actually about, yeah. You get to do whatever you want to do. I don’t know, I have no idea. Lot’s of people had no idea. But some knew and many had favorite parts: The ability to amend it. […]

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Memorize the Bill of Rights
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Memorize the Bill of Rights

Hey it’s Ron White, here the founder of America’s memory.com. The website where we tell the story of American history, give memory tips on how to remember it. Today we’re going to tackle the Bill of Rights and how to memorize the first ten amendments to the constitution. To remember anything you need two things, […]

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James Madison: Father of the Constitution (1809 – 1817)
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James Madison: Father of the Constitution (1809 – 1817)

Hey it’s Professor Dave; let’s talk about James Madison. Though James Madison stood a mere five foot four, and only 100 pounds, he was an American Colossus, a Founding Father of both the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Along with Thomas Jefferson he co-founded the Democratic-Republican Party, he served as Jefferson’s Secretary of State, supervised […]

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