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US National Archives Sep 17
Happy ! Now you can sign your name to a virtual version of the on our website:
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US National Archives Sep 17
Take a closer look at the ! We have high-res scans of this important document, as well as a transcript on our website.
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Senator Ted Cruz Sep 17
233 years ago, the Founding Fathers signed our Constitution laying the foundation for our democracy. As chairman of the Subcommittee on The Constitution, I will continue to defend Americans' rights & confirm principled justices who uphold the .
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Matt Whitaker 🇺🇸 Sep 17
233 years ago We the People signed the in order to form a more perfect union. It is our north star.
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Dark Journalist Sep 17
Attorney General Barr makes historic comments on unconstitutional lockdowns and he's right! "It’s you know, other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history,”
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US National Archives Sep 17
Fifty years ago, all four pages of the U.S. Constitution went on display at the National Archives for the first time.
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Judicial Watch ⚖️ 29m
60 SECONDS: : "The U.S. Senate should move quickly to work with to consider and approve a new justice who will faithfully apply the U.S. . There is no reason we cannot have a new justice by Day." Read more:
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Turning Point USA at the University of Kentucky Sep 17
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The Great Indian Lawyer 1h
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mohd nizamuddin Sep 18
Listen to students voices demanding justice, equality! Do not penalise them for standing up for our constitutional values, human rights. Value and cherish their idealism, their belief in the . Stop the criminalisation!
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TheLeoTerrell Sep 18
Sorry and stop crying. I suggest you read the . has the right to nominate and the has the right to confirm.
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TenthAmendmentCenter 15h
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Pamela Joyce Sep 21
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Senator Tom Killion Sep 17
233 Years ago today the was signed in Philadelphia. The document and the system of government it established are integral to the accomplishments of America and its people over the course of the last two and a half centuries.
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Lee Zeldin Sep 17
233 yrs ago, our was adopted & signed. This document has withstood the test of time, establishing the unshakable framework of the greatest nation on earth, while enshrining the principles of freedom & liberty that have become synonymous with the American way of life
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Hansen for Congress (IA-01) Sep 17
Nothing like taking a U at their word that they’re racist. Now we get to clean house and replace them with people who will actually teach the Declaration of Independence, , & —or they get nothing!
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Judicial Watch ⚖️ Sep 17
Happy from Judicial Watch! Today we celebrate the signing of the Constitution 233 years ago.
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Andrew Wilkow Sep 21
Can you stop the hyperventilating? you know damned well you would have done the same thing in 2016 and you would do it again today. The provides no timeline for a Senate confirmation, Which means it's up to the Senate majority.
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Perfect Technician Sep 17
Today we commemorate the signing of the ! In 1787, 39 brave men created this document in hopes of securing freedom and prosperity for the American people.
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Andrew Wilkow Sep 20
Under what clause in the could she impeach for going forward with nominating a new justice?
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