Constitution Day is the forgotten holiday

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Tuesday, Sept. 17, was Constitution Day, and arguably it is the most forgotten designated day in America. The mainstream media will say nothing of it. No parades or city council proclamations. No three-day weekend, beer busts or barbecues in its favor. It is as though it never happened. Probably not one in 10 people can tell what happened this day in 1787; it has been forgotten so long. Still, the Constitutional Convention of 1787 ended that day, and the Constitution was sent to the states for ratification thus institutionalizing liberty in America more fully. This action positively affected everyone in the United States and is probably the most important day in the nation’s history – so special that millions flood our borders illegally to benefit from it. For nearly six thousand
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