Celebrate Constitution Day Eagle Forum

“Every true American and true friend of liberty should love our inspired Constitution. Its creation was a miracle.” — Ezra Taft Benson

This past Friday, September 17th marked the 233rd anniversary of the adoption of the United States Constitution by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1787.

The whole process of founding this nation was a miracle as John Adams so aptly expressed before the signing of the Declaration of Independence, “There’s a divinity that shapes our ends.”

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Celebrate Constitution Day

WASHINGTON -- Today Americans celebrate the day the Founding Fathers signed the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.

Constitution Day, once known as Citizenship Day, commemorates the U.S. Constitution. On September 17th in 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. The original states, except Rhode Island, collectively appointed 70 individuals to the Constitutional Convention. In all, 55 delegates attended the Constitutional Convention sessions, but only 39 actually signed or were able to sign the Constitution. The delegates ranged in age from Jonathan Dayton, 26, to Benjamin Franklin, 81, who had to be carried to sessions in a sedan chair.

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In South Carolina, county legislative delegations – made up of state House and Senate members representing a county – have considerable power on their home turfs.

As The Nerve has pointed out, delegations make appointments to various local boards and committees, including school boards in some counties and most county transportation committees, which decide which local road projects to fund with part of the state gasoline tax.

Senate delegations – sometimes just one senator – control the selection process of county magistrates, while county delegations exert nomination powers over master-in-equity judges, as The Nerve has reported.

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Bidens War on Children

After four years of the most pro-life administration ever, we knew what was coming when Joe Biden was elected President: all all-out war on children.  Presidential candidate Joe Biden made it clear that he would be a champion for abortion and support transgenderism in children. This set the foundation of what was to come. Children both inside and outside the womb would not be safe as long as Biden is in office. 

In Biden’s first days in the White House, he repealed the Mexico City Policy, an executive order that prevented taxpayer funds to promote abortion overseas. A Marist poll shows that 77% of Americans opposed this action. However, the Biden administration has never been in-tune with the will of the American people.

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General Mark Milley wasn't exactly inundated with friend requests after he helped botch the disastrous situation in Afghanistan. In fact, when President Biden said it was on the general's advice that he closed Bagram Air Base, entire editorial boards were calling for the Joint Chief Chair's resignation. But long before Kabul, an unflattering picture of Milley had already emerged. His defense of critical race theory and the president's absurd climate change-as-a-security threat led many people to wonder if America's top military leader had turned woke. Now, after Tuesday's bombshells, they wonder if he's a turncoat.

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WASHINGTON -- Dobbs v. Jackson is the most important abortion case since Roe v. Wade, and with the recent Texas abortion ban, this could be the case to overturn Roe.

The prayer rally, organized by Stanton Public Policy Center/Purple Sash Revolution, will be held at the Supreme Court on Saturday, October 2, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

The name of the event is Pray to End Abortion #DismantleRoe and has a Facebook Event Page with more information.

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