Tag: US Constitution
A seemingly unprovoked attack at Pearl Harbor was the perfect method to change the American’s minds.
At 7:55 am on December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese. Five battleships, three cruisers, and three destroyers were sunk with other ships damaged; 188 aircraft were destroyed on the ground; 2,403 U.S. soldiers, sailors, and civilians were killed with 1,178 wounded.
More and more often, I hear the opinions of others: “it doesn’t really matter… does it? I mean… it’s, like, really old. That’s outdated, right?” ‘It’ as in, the US Constitution. Well, I have an answer to that.Read More
George Mason stood and pronounced, “I would rather cut off my right hand than to put it to that document.” This man had helped create it. Why was he so determined? Mason told them: “Because it does not have a Bill of Rights.” Why are these Rights necessary? How has the Bill of Rights affected us today?Read More
That being said, who on earth would care about the document now? Surely two hundred years of change is enough to make such a document irrelevant, isn’t it? ts true society has shifted since the Constitution was written, that being said the Constitution wasn’t based on society but on…Read More