Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Constitution Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings, or Mine.


On May 29th 1790, Rhode Island became the last of the original thirteen colonies to ratify the Constitution.  It did so by the narrowest of margins, 34-32.  The journey that began three years earlier in Philadelphia was finally coming to an end, and a new journey, spearheaded by the United States Constitution, was just beginning. The Constitution has been the bedrock of our body politic for more than 200 years.  Since its inception however, its contents have been hotly debated […]