Miss Constitution

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Miss Constitution has appeared on television and radio and speaks publicly on American history, the founding documents, and current political issues.

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I was very unfocused in my youth and never really obtained a grasp of the philosophical underpinnings of our system of government or even basic civics. Miss Boyd makes hard subjects easy to learn. Very inspiring.”
– Education Law Graduate Student

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Miss C is taking questions you have about the US Constitution. Simply submit your questions and she’ll reply to you with answers. Great questions may be featured in her blog as well as added to an FAQ page. 


    The Federalist Papers

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    Apples of Gold

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    “A Timely Essential Read: This book should be in every school and adult classroom…”
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    “We must educate ourselves and our children in these areas. This is a “must read” for American citizens.”
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    “Apples of Gold – Voices From the Past that Speak to Us Now” by M.E. Boyd, is a survey of American history, philosophy, and culture from 1620 to WW1. It has something to say that is important to us now. Find the book at Amazon in paperback, on Kindle and Audible.

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    Let’s Roll…

    Last week I said that “Americans now cannot tell reality from its perception.” The inability to do so prevents individuals from accurately analyzing factual data and taking appropriate and effective action steps. If this impairment defines those in political power, the damage to society is incalculable. Remembering that in our

    What’s Old is New Again

    America started educating its young children officially (1642) within one generation of surviving the famine and disease that killed most of the early colonists. The purpose of this education was to assure that children could read, write, and do basic sums within the context of a developing moral core.

    There May Be No America by the 2022 Mid-Terms

    If one can picture America as a ship, stalled on the ocean, in hand-to-hand combat on deck and about to be attacked again by an enemy lying in wait – this is America today. Her crew having abandoned her, We the People must save the Ship of State. Passengers of

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