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The Bill of Rights for Dummies.

The Bill of Rights for Dummies.

The United States Constitution was first introduced in 1787. Bitter debate about its contents ensued through 1788. The first Congress passed it in 1789. Even then, though, the document was far from finished. Thankfully, the original text included provisions for amendment.


In 1789, Congress passed ten amendments. These ten amendments came to be known as the Bill of Rights.


If anyone ever asks you what the Bill of Rights is, you can begin by saying, It refers to the first ten amendments of the U.S. Constitution.

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The History Of Hunting In America

The History Of Hunting In America
Hunting, for all types of game, has been a cornerstone of civilization as we know it. The two most basic types of human activity to survive has been hunting and gathering. However today we’re just going to discuss the history of hunting in America; where it all began and just how it has transformed over the years.

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September 11, 2001 - The Day America Stood Still

September 11, 2001 - The Day America Stood Still
The morning of September 11, 2001 started out like any other in NYC. Busy men & women walked alongside the sidewalk as they gazed upon the North & South Towers of the World Trade Center, completely unaware of the tragedy that was to unfold. To many of us this date brings out many emotions, ranging anywhere from despair to anger towards the individuals who perpetrated such deeds. As an American we feel a combination of all of them & it’s the memory that keeps such emotions alive and strong. For the families involved there is no reconciliation because their loss is one that is felt over & over again for a lifetime. 

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Say When: The Legacy of Tombstone

Say When: The Legacy of Tombstone
“I’m your huckleberry”. It’s a phrase many of us are all too familiar with. Anyone who has watched the 1993 Western classic Tombstone, Doc Holliday is a character in which one is appalled with such a cool & collective attitude he presents when pressed with nerve wracking situations.

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How To Prep For Labor Day Weekend

How To Prep For Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day falls on the first Monday in September. Therefore many Americans tend to hold celebrations on the weekend preceding it because let’s be honest...the boss isn’t looking forward to having too many people calling out Tuesday morning ya know. As such there are a few things to keep in mind & a few things to keep on hand for this Labor Day weekend. Whether you’re planning a gathering with family or having a celebration with friends these things will definitely set the mood & an even better experience. Ready? Let’s go!

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