Tag Archives: 1787

The Constitutional Convention of 1787: Prayer Served a Purpose Just as Prayer Always Serves a Purpose

  by Diane Rufino, October 8, 2018 Here is a trivia question for you:  Who were the oldest and youngest delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, in 1787 ? The oldest delegate, as many I’m sure remember from your … Continue reading

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Tenth Amendment Keepers: Keepers of the Tenth!

by Diane Rufino, July 19, 2016 This short article is intended to alert the reader to the importance of the Tenth Amendment and hopefully inspire him or her to join the Tenth Amendment Movement and help bring government power back … Continue reading

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THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY HAS BECOME DANGEROUS & DESPOTIC: A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSAL

by Diane Rufino, July 11, 2015 US CONSTITUTION:  AMENDMENT PROPOSAL An amendment to replace the States’ influence in the federal government since the 17th Amendment was adopted. “…If no remedy of the abuse be practicable under the forms of the … Continue reading

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Constitution Day 2013

                  by Diane Rufino Last Tuesday was Constitution Day – September 17.  It marks the day that the Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 concluded and the final draft of Constitution was signed … Continue reading

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Nullification and A Few Good Men

          by Diane Rufino, June 22, 2013 I am an attorney. I studied the law. I studied Constitutional Law. Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News Senior Analyst, was my Con Law professor and not only taught me … Continue reading

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The 221st Anniversary of the Bill of Rights Should Inspire States to Re-Assert Their Sovereignty

by Diane Rufino, December 30, 2012 December 15 was Bill of Rights Day.  It marks the 221st anniversary of the day when the first ten amendments – our Bill of Rights – were ratified in 1791. The Bill of Rights … Continue reading

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Why Have African-Americans Abandoned the Republican Party When the Republican Party Has Never Abandoned Them?

     by Diane Rufino “I have no separate feeling about being an American citizen and colored. I am merely a fragment of the Great Soul that surges within the boundaries. My country, right or wrong.”    —  Zora Neale Hurston. … Continue reading

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