Did you know that the 13th amendment, the one which abolished slavery, was not officially ratified in the state of Mississipi until 2013? The century-and-a-half-over-due ratification took place this month due to a man from India, Dr. Ranjan Batra, and the blockbuster Lincoln.
Does Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman make a good point? How could the country's founders have known what we would be dealing with 200 years later? Should the constitution be changed? Professor Seidman says:
I’ve got a simple idea: Let’s give up on the Constitution...
Today was National Constitution Day, the anniversary of the date it was signed in Philadelphia.
Carl Graham with the Montana Policy Institute gave us a little lesson on that awesome document.
Carl on 1450 KMMS
Jennifer Bordy our resident Law Authority, took the morning to give us a lesson on the basics of the Constitution.
And her favorite amendments, mainly out of the Bill of Rights.
Jennifer Pt 1
Jennifer Pt 2