Wednesday, December 15, 2010
December 13, 2010 703-894-1776, ext. 25
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Bill of Rights Institute announces a new initiative to raise awareness of the rights protected in the Bill of Rights. As part of this new initiative they are asking Americans to pledge 10 minutes to read the Bill of Rights on December 15,which has been the federal day of observance for the Bill of Rights since 1941.
To help Americans celebrate and remember the freedoms embodied in the first 10 Amendments, the Bill of Rights Institute has created a new website for Bill of Rights Day. Americans are encouraged to explore the text of the first 10 Amendments, landmark Supreme Court cases and decisions based on those Amendments, and various resources and games on the website.
The Institute asks all Americans to join together and pledge to take 10 minutes to read through the Bill of Rights on December 15, and to visit BillofRightsDay.com to sign the pledge. The Bill of Rights Institute is urging all employers to give their employees 10 minutes to read the Bill of Rights either on their own, or together.
“The celebration of Bill of Rights Day encourages Americans to think about how vital the Bill of Rights is to the future of our country,” said Bill of Rights Institute Board of Directors member Todd Zywicki. “By thinking about how our rights are evident in our Founding documents, Americans will begin to see how their own lives are affected by the Bill of Rights and how their actions are important in supporting the experiment in self-government started by our Founders.”
Bill of Rights Day is sponsored by the Bill of Rights Institute, a nonprofit educational organization. More information on Bill of Rights Day can be found at www.BillofRightsDay.com.
The Bill of Rights Institute, founded in 1999, is a nonprofit educational organization. The mission of the Bill of Rights Institute is to educate young people about the words and ideas of America's Founders, the liberties guaranteed in our Founding documents, and how our Founding principles continue to affect and shape a free society.
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A) hate tve military. As I explained to my son just yesterday, the military is a fine and honorable institution and I would join then in a heartbeat to DEFEND my country. The misguided and ill-conceived missions that the civilian leadership sends our troops on are the problem. To be continued...
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I'll accept that one of the factors that got Obama elected was that he was black but there are other factors. For example, Rush Limbaugh poisoned the Clinton well so thoroughly that there was an anti-Clinton sentiment right out of the gate.
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This information is even more scary the farther I dig on this topic...
I know last week's show was somewhat topicless, I blame myself. I didn't take the time to plan anything due to the fact that I was at mud-fest this last weekend. Life just gets in the way sometimes...
Don't hate me cuz I played sum fiddy cent, I was jus messin' round, I know Michael T was mad at me.
How about China though. Anti-Government protesters ran rampant on the streets of Bangkok. I wish Americans would get up off there lazy asses and do some protesting of our own. But, who has time to fight the overseers when we are to worried about making rent and putting food on the table...