Heritage Foundation's Searchable Constitution

I just re-discovered this as I am going through some old (but not too old) email. The Heritage Foundation has put together what might be considered a concordance of the U.S. Constitution. This looks to be a very useful tool, free to use on the Internet. First, a link to the article introducing the tool, and then a link to the tool itself.

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Heritage's Guide to the Constitution

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Comment by Yvonne Michelle Gerhardt on August 3, 2012 at 4:17pm

Lisa, the Heritage Foundation's website is a great source of information for our nation's history.  I found a lot of documents and references to those original documents on their site (used for one of my Constitutional law classes).  They also provide some useful explanations and break down the material in various articles which the layman can understand.  Thanks for posting.

Comment by W. Branstetter on June 25, 2012 at 2:34pm

Lisa,

Right now the PDF works best for me because of a computer crash some time ago that I still have not found the copy of WORD to reinstall.  If you can, send both and if necessary I will borrow a friend's computer.  Send the file(s) to arapahoeteaparty@yahoo.com with subject including "Attn Wilma--toolkit" or similar.  I will check the mail a little later.

 

If it will work for other things that would be helpful.

 

Wilma B.

 

Comment by Lisa G Spear on June 25, 2012 at 1:43pm

Wilma, the Toolkit is a document. I have it in both WORD and PDF formats. Perhaps you would like to see it before deciding what to do with it. Also, I think we could take this toolkit and modify it for use in other scenarios (e.g., school board meetings, county commissioner meetings, other public forums...) Let me know if you would like me to email you a copy, and in what format.

Comment by W. Branstetter on June 22, 2012 at 11:56pm

It may also work to set up the toolkit in a new "Group" if it does not work in the "Forum section.

Comment by W. Branstetter on June 22, 2012 at 11:44pm

Lisa,

Is the "toolkit for reviewing judges" a web site, a database, or something more involved.  I am still trying to figure out how some of this works but the "Forum" section seems to be more for general use while "Blog" section seems to be categorized by the person initiating the post which makes it easy to forget "who wrote it."  It may be possible in "Forum" to add an "attachment"--so I will suggest trying there. 

 

If that does not work, send it in an e-mail to ArapahoeTeaParty@yahoo.com and maybe Steven or someone can help figure out how best to get the toolkit posted.  Be patient because checking e-mail there could be better, we forget to check in other words.

 

Wilma B.

 

 

 

Comment by Lisa G Spear on June 22, 2012 at 5:36pm

I was wondering where to find it on the site! I thought for sure it must be there.Thanks for the pointer. I have a toolkit for reviewing judges that are up for retention. Where would I post that on the site?

Comment by W. Branstetter on June 22, 2012 at 1:12pm

Thanks for posting both links.  The article is helpful.  It is undoubtedly helpful to comment on "Heritage's Guide to the Constitution" periodically because it is a useful tool.  It can also be found in the list of quick links on the home page.

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