ivchisholm has written 6 posts for Constitution Defined

28% of Americans Have Read the Entire U.S. Constitution?!?

Looking for new blog content related to my goal here at Constitution Defined, I found an article, written in September 2010, that claims that only 28% of Americans have read the Constitution of the United States in its entirety.  Let me rephrase that: less than one out of every three AMERICANS has read the entire … Continue reading

YouLearn on YouTube

Last night, I posted the first video onto this site. This video covers the Preamble. It is my first YouTube video EVER. Let me tell you, that was a lot of trial and error and experimentation. Many times, I felt like throwing my hands in the air and saying “forget it, a website will be … Continue reading

After We Wake

A couple of nights ago, I was scouring blogs to find others that share the same passion for our government to follow the U.S. Constitution. I ran across a blog entitled “The Awakening” that described the writer’s interest in politics and the writer’s road to discovering that while she was a Republican on paper, maybe … Continue reading

And the ball starts rolling!

Looking at my website stats, I actually had someone land on my page from a Yahoo search for “preamble of the constitution of the united states of america”. When I did the same search, my site came up as the FOURTH listing on the FIRST page!!! I don’t know a lot about website SEO. I … Continue reading

Noah Webster: the People…armed

Last night, I was reading through some 1780’s literature written by our Founders and other notable people of the times. I ran across a compilation of pamphlets, written by multiple authors during the time that the States were in the process of ratifying our Constitution. One of the authors was Noah Webster…yes, the author of … Continue reading

Getting My Work Moved To WordPress.com

Today, I made yet another move with my work on the U.S. Constitution. This being my first post on WordPress, let me explain. I decided a couple of years ago that I would do a sort of dissertation on the U.S. Constitution. You see, I had always watched the news and somewhat followed politics, but … Continue reading