Hamilton, the separation of powers, and Constitution Day 2017

Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates Constitution Day this year with a column about a Founding Father and signer of the Constitution who now stars in the Broadway hit musical, Hamilton. We also use the opportunity to remind our federal legislators about the importance of the separation of powers outlined in the Constitution. The opinion piece will run in newspapers from coast to coast this weekend.

Celebrating Constitution Day at Indiantown Middle School

As I have done each September for the last several years to celebrate Constitution Day, today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. … ›

For entrepreneurs, parents, and property owners, every day is Constitution Day

The Washington Times and New Hampshire Union Leader have published my Constitution Day op-ed, which details why the Constitution is vital—not just today, but every day.  The Constitution is what … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

Teaching the Constitution to middle schoolers today

Today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. Constitution with Ms. Jaden DeLeon’s eighth grade history students.We timed this visit to coincide with … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

I like to think every day is Constitution Day at PLF, as every day we celebrate the Constitution’s protections for individual rights and fight for both liberty and its corollary: … ›

Happy Constitution Day 2014

Today Americans celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution by the delegates of the Philadelphia Convention in 1787. Only three delegates who stayed to the … ›

School stops student distributing constitutions on Constitution Day

Modesto Junior College prevented one of its students from passing out free copies of the Constitution to fellow students on campus.  Robert Van Tuinen caught the entire incident on camera—from … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

The United States Constitution was signed 224 years ago today, on September 17, 1787.  May we suggest that you celebrate the occasion by raising a toast this evening to the … ›

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Hamilton, the separation of powers, and Constitution Day 2017

Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates Constitution Day this year with a column about a Founding Father and signer of the Constitution who now stars in the Broadway hit musical, Hamilton. We also use the opportunity to remind our federal legislators about the importance of the separation of powers outlined in the Constitution. The opinion piece will run in newspapers from coast to coast this weekend.

Celebrating Constitution Day at Indiantown Middle School

As I have done each September for the last several years to celebrate Constitution Day, today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. … ›

For entrepreneurs, parents, and property owners, every day is Constitution Day

The Washington Times and New Hampshire Union Leader have published my Constitution Day op-ed, which details why the Constitution is vital—not just today, but every day.  The Constitution is what … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

Teaching the Constitution to middle schoolers today

Today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. Constitution with Ms. Jaden DeLeon’s eighth grade history students.We timed this visit to coincide with … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

I like to think every day is Constitution Day at PLF, as every day we celebrate the Constitution’s protections for individual rights and fight for both liberty and its corollary: … ›

Happy Constitution Day 2014

Today Americans celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution by the delegates of the Philadelphia Convention in 1787. Only three delegates who stayed to the … ›

School stops student distributing constitutions on Constitution Day

Modesto Junior College prevented one of its students from passing out free copies of the Constitution to fellow students on campus.  Robert Van Tuinen caught the entire incident on camera—from … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

The United States Constitution was signed 224 years ago today, on September 17, 1787.  May we suggest that you celebrate the occasion by raising a toast this evening to the … ›

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Hamilton, the separation of powers, and Constitution Day 2017

Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates Constitution Day this year with a column about a Founding Father and signer of the Constitution who now stars in the Broadway hit musical, Hamilton. We also use the opportunity to remind our federal legislators about the importance of the separation of powers outlined in the Constitution. The opinion piece will run in newspapers from coast to coast this weekend.

Celebrating Constitution Day at Indiantown Middle School

As I have done each September for the last several years to celebrate Constitution Day, today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. … ›

For entrepreneurs, parents, and property owners, every day is Constitution Day

The Washington Times and New Hampshire Union Leader have published my Constitution Day op-ed, which details why the Constitution is vital—not just today, but every day.  The Constitution is what … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

Teaching the Constitution to middle schoolers today

Today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. Constitution with Ms. Jaden DeLeon’s eighth grade history students.We timed this visit to coincide with … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

I like to think every day is Constitution Day at PLF, as every day we celebrate the Constitution’s protections for individual rights and fight for both liberty and its corollary: … ›

Happy Constitution Day 2014

Today Americans celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution by the delegates of the Philadelphia Convention in 1787. Only three delegates who stayed to the … ›

School stops student distributing constitutions on Constitution Day

Modesto Junior College prevented one of its students from passing out free copies of the Constitution to fellow students on campus.  Robert Van Tuinen caught the entire incident on camera—from … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

The United States Constitution was signed 224 years ago today, on September 17, 1787.  May we suggest that you celebrate the occasion by raising a toast this evening to the … ›

Hamilton, the separation of powers, and Constitution Day 2017

Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates Constitution Day this year with a column about a Founding Father and signer of the Constitution who now stars in the Broadway hit musical, Hamilton. We also use the opportunity to remind our federal legislators about the importance of the separation of powers outlined in the Constitution. The opinion piece will run in newspapers from coast to coast this weekend.

Celebrating Constitution Day at Indiantown Middle School

As I have done each September for the last several years to celebrate Constitution Day, today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. … ›

For entrepreneurs, parents, and property owners, every day is Constitution Day

The Washington Times and New Hampshire Union Leader have published my Constitution Day op-ed, which details why the Constitution is vital—not just today, but every day.  The Constitution is what … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

Teaching the Constitution to middle schoolers today

Today I visited Indiantown Middle School in south Florida and shared a little bit about the U.S. Constitution with Ms. Jaden DeLeon’s eighth grade history students.We timed this visit to coincide with … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

I like to think every day is Constitution Day at PLF, as every day we celebrate the Constitution’s protections for individual rights and fight for both liberty and its corollary: … ›

Happy Constitution Day 2014

Today Americans celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution by the delegates of the Philadelphia Convention in 1787. Only three delegates who stayed to the … ›

School stops student distributing constitutions on Constitution Day

Modesto Junior College prevented one of its students from passing out free copies of the Constitution to fellow students on campus.  Robert Van Tuinen caught the entire incident on camera—from … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

The United States Constitution was signed 224 years ago today, on September 17, 1787.  May we suggest that you celebrate the occasion by raising a toast this evening to the … ›