U.S. Constitution

Freedom-4-All is proud to offer these links about the Constitution of the United States of America

US flag behind 'We the People' (constitution) with ink bottle quill pen and old lit candlee

Even though I enjoy history now, there was a time back in my teenage years where I didn't give a hoot about what happened yesterday, let alone decades or centuries earlier. In fact, it was my worst subject in school for many years. Now, I find history a great source of knowledge and inspiration, with biographies one of my most exciting kinds of reading material.

So, on this page, I have put together a few links that I hope will help you better understand the constitution of the United States. To start, it would help to know a little bit about the Constitution. If that piques your interest, then read this article which will take you back to the beginning of the Constitution

And since many people think the U.S.Constitution was written over some possum pie one evening many years ago, it might be worth your effort to learn the timeline of the Constitution, to better understand how much effort was involved in the making of this vitally important document. 

If you get this far, you are ready for the meat of the subject. Since the Constitution is a very long document, you might want to read a quick overview of the articles in the constitution. This will act as a quick start to what is in the full document. Then if you are ready, and have the time, here is the Constitution of the United States in its entirety. And finally, possibly the last thing you might want to know about the Constitution is the Bill of Rights, and the Amendments that are contained with-in.

Should you get though all seven links covering the United States Constitution, you will probably know more than 98% of the country's population. Good for you, shame on us. But hopefully, you can take your newfound knowledge and help educate the rest of us. It's time we learned.


For those of you who wish to dive into this interesting part of history in depth, I suggest you look at The National Constitution Center. It is a museum totally dedicated to the education, preservation, and history of America's Constitution.


As of July 1st 2023, Freedom-4-All will post 1 blog post per month explaining our Constitution and how we got there. Our goal is to know more about the Constitution on the 4th of July 2024 then we did in 2023. Please join us.

July 1, 2023   Independence Day