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Bill of Rights By Anonymous Patriot
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Transcript of Bill of Rights (1791)
The Bill of Rights By George Flynn
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This e-book is a transcript of the original 10 Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America from the “Words of Freedom – Men of Honor” Living History Audio CD. ... More > This was published by Amazing Unbelievable Entertainment. This e-book was formatted in large print for the visually impaired &/or reading on a computer screen.< Less
The New Bill of Rights By John Henry Ryskamp
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This is a description of new rights pursuant to the Supreme Court's decision.
The New Bill of Right By John Ryskamp
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Discussion of the new Constitutional regime, including new individually enforceable rights.
America's Next Bill Of Rights By Jeff Badyna
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I wanted to create a sequel to James Madison's Bill of Rights because the current political environment deemed it was necessary. My inspiration happened when I read some books, and I became aware of... More > issues that didn't jive with what was obviously the common good. So, I took the framework of the first Bill of Rights and began researching what should be the next 10 Amendments based on how they address a plethora of today's political and social issues. As I've spent the last few years contemplating issues that should clearly be Rights, it's been incredibly disheartening to notice I'm probably the only person in America thinking about the America's next 10 Constitutional Amendments. There's a mainstream media and a bunch of politicians, who are too busy playing political football, when they should be focused on your Rights and Freedoms. But that can change.< Less
A Bill of Rights for Masonry Structures By LarryD. Jones
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Understanding and honoring this simple “Bill of Rights” would be a good step in the prudent exercise of DUE DILIGENCE for any person about to be or recently associated with the planning... More > and implementation of any program of MASONRY STRUCTURE - repair, restoration or preservation. This would include owners, architects, consultants, State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPOs), contractors and craftsmen. This “Bill of Rights” is based on Natural Law arising from rights found in that most amazing document, "The Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) Standards for Historic Preservation Projects”. This “Bill of Rights” is written in the voice of the structure. The Bill of Rights boils the SOI Masonry Standards down into ten concise, easily understood Rights which distill the essence of the Standards into a readable and approachable format for the lay reader as well as the seasoned Preservation professional. The knowledge presented will constitute a high level of due diligence for anyone.< Less
Article the first of the Bill of Rights By Bryan W. Brickner
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Constitutional representation is the forgotten story of We the People. The US Constitution, in Article 1, Section 2, and Clause 3, as written and never amended, guarantees We the People a right to... More > representation at the ratio of “one for every thirty Thousand.” Article the first of the Bill of Rights would have amended the ratio and changed it to “fifty thousand.” But it was not ratified. That means one for every thirty thousand remains the supreme law of the land and the constitutional ratio of representation.< Less
Article the first of the Bill of Rights By Bryan W. Brickner
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Constitutional representation is the forgotten story of We the People. The US Constitution, in Article 1, Section 2, and Clause 3, as written and never amended, guarantees We the People a right to... More > representation at the ratio of “one for every thirty Thousand.” Article the first of the Bill of Rights would have amended the ratio and changed it to “fifty thousand.” But it was not ratified. That means one for every thirty thousand remains the supreme law of the land and the constitutional ratio of representation.< Less
Bill of Rights Day - December 15 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for Bill of Rights Day - December 15, featuring 35 portraits by Robert Alan
the Bill of Farts By Acer Iverson, Jon Iverson
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The Bill of Farts is a boy's take on the Bill of Rights. It explains farting rights, common fart index, fart color charts, and includes fart math! Enjoy!