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Talking to Conservatives about the Constitution Michael Ventrella

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Michael Ventrella is an appellate and criminal defense attorney who has taught constitutional law at a number of colleges in the Philly and Boston areas.

He's the author of the book, How to Argue the Constitution with a Conservative

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Apparently the constitution as written by the founding fathers was titled:

"The Constitution for the united states of America".

But apparently it was changed in 1871 to all capital letters and is now:

"THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA".

Rob, do you think that makes any difference?

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Really? Parsing of and for makes me think of Lincoln's Gettysburg address line "government of the people, by the people, for the people." If I were to pick one it would be the original "for."

What's your take?

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That was going to be one of my Dots. I have spent time looking into it but I still need to verify a couple of things. There is a very good case made that the constitution was pushed aside for another one and if true, we have been living under corporate law and not constitutional law. If so, what happened has been a tightly held secret that virtually nobody has any idea about. But, I have to look further.

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