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by John Coleman
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    John Coleman
  • ISBN:
    1893157032
  • ISBN13:
    978-1893157033
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    Bridger House Pub (1999)
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    Politics & Government
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A book like no other book ever written about the . Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Some of the most priceless constitutional gems are found in these pages.

A book like no other book ever written about the . It shows their true intent and purpose A book like no other book ever written about the . Some of the most priceless constitutional gems are found in these pages

What John Coleman neglected to observe was that the American judicial system and jurispudence in general has changed over the last 220 years.

What John Coleman neglected to observe was that the American judicial system and jurispudence in general has changed over the last 220 years. The Constitution was made as a living document, the Founding Fathers knew that would be the only way it would hold the Nation together. Knowledge is power" which the book provides in full measure, enabling every citizen to understand and defend the United States against enemies, external and internal. It shows their true intent and purpose in sharp relief, and what it is that make this document so great and so lasting.

After several failed attempts at creating a government, a 1787 convention is called to draft a new legal system for the United States. This new Constitution. The first 10 amendments to the . Constitution, known collectively as the Bill of Rights, became law on December 15, 1791.

US Constitution and Bill of Rights

US Constitution and Bill of Rights.

United States Constitution. Amendments 11 - 27. Proclaim Liberty Videos.

Do you know what the Bill of Rights is and when did it come into effect? .

Do you know what the Bill of Rights is and when did it come into effect? Here is everything you need to know about the crucial document. The Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, Emancipation Proclamation and Civil Rights Act are among the most significant documents of the US history, and almost everyone knows about them. However, there’s one document that is just as important as any of these, but many people are still unaware of it. The document being talked about here is the Bill of Rights. Do you know what the Bill of Rights is and what does it entail? Do you want to learn what it is?

The United States Bill of Rights comprises the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution.

The United States Bill of Rights comprises the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution

Learn all about John Adams, the second president of the United States with these . Jefferson believed staunchly in protecting state's rights while John Adams was a devoted federalist. However, the pair reconciled in 1812.

Learn all about John Adams, the second president of the United States with these ten interesting facts. Adams served only one term from 1797 to 1801. According to the Constitution, candidates for President and Vice President did not run by party but instead individually. As Adams put it, "You and I ought not to die before we have explained ourselves to each other.

A book like no other ever written about the U. S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The information it gives is not found in law books nor is it taught at prestigious law schools. The reason? Very few lawyers ever read the Annals of Congress, the Congressional Globe and Congressional Record, and thus they miss the most crucial evidence supporting the Constitution. Some of the most priceless constitutional gems are found in these pages. Dr. Coleman has done 26 years of research to find them, putting together a highly-readable book which provides insight into the articles and amendments to the Constitution. It shows their true intent and purpose in sharp relief, and what it is that makes this document so great and lasting. Each page contains a wealth of new and often previously untold information, alive with admiration for the wisdom of the Founding Fathers and anger toward politicians who treat this valuable gift with carelessness and gross indifference.

Windforge
Excellent book to learn more about our Constitution, something we desperately need to know to protect our freedoms as US citizens.
Andronrad
Educational
Rindyt
Learn your constitution, read this book and ponder the information. Every American should know how this Country was founded and compare it to where we are now.
Dogrel
I, also, have read this book. I found many useful and worthwhile insights to the actual intent of the founding fathers in their formation of the constitution in this narrative. Many people in America today are trying very hard to forget that our founding fathers were Christians. It is this precept alone which alienates so many of their detractors. The Oklahoma babbler had no actual contention with the esteemed Dr. Coleman. His animosity must have stemmed from a disgust for all that our founders held holy, true, and redemptive. This book alone will not teach you how to spell 'waste', but it may just inspire you to look a little closer at the current laws being passed off as 'comely' in a country with it's roots deeply steeped in the word of God.
Kit
The better name for this would have been "The Subjective Biased view of our Democracy-Republic Today." What John Coleman neglected to observe was that the American judicial system and jurispudence in general has changed over the last 220 years. The Constitution was made as a living document, the Founding Fathers knew that would be the only way it would hold the Nation together. Coleman's adherence to "original intent" has led him astray in his subjective views about the Communist-Democratic New World order theory. I found no critical or logical research on the viewpoints and findings that this "Dr." put into his book. I struggled to make it through chapter one and only continued because I felt the book had to be a joke. I found myself being preached to from someone on a "soapbox" rather than actually learning anything important I didn't know about the United States Constitution. If you can make it through all of Dr. John Coleman's biased and allusive comments and subjective opinions then you might like this book. Otherwise, don't waist your time.