Publius Huldah - To The Department Of Homeland SecuritySubmitted by ProudAmericanFirst on Fri, 03/08/2013 - 16:08
To the Department of Homeland Security:
I am delighted to learn of your intense & increasing interest in learning the original intent of Our Constitution! Please feel free to browse around to your hearts’ content.
Also, if any of you have questions as to the original intent of any provision or provisions of Our Constitution, please feel free to post your questions.
To learn Our Constitution, you will need to get a copy of The Federalist Papers; and for word definitions, Webster’s 1828 Dictionary of the American Language. You can find The Federalist Papers on line ( http://www.foundingfathers.info/federalistpapers/
); and here ( http://www.1828-dictionary.com ) is an online copy of Webster’s 1828 Dictionary: As I trust you know, word meaning are like the clouds: meanings change as time passes. So, naturally, we want to focus on the meanings enjoyed by Words during the Era of our Founding.
OK! Here is your homework assignment:
Kindest regards, Publius Huldah.
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