I missed it by a day, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to celebrate the adoption of the Bill of Rights. According to an editorial in the Las Vegas Review-Journal pointing out the need to defend our freedoms, the observation of Bill of Rights day, first ordered by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941, commemorates Dec. 15, 1791, when the Bill of Rights took effect.
A good roundup of areas where the rights guaranteed in Bill of Rights are threatened can be found on the Cato Institute blog.
There’s a great collection of educational activities for learning about the Bill of Rights on the web site of the Bill of Rights Institute.
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