National Days of Recognition

The U.S. Constitution (Sept. 17, 1789)


Each year, September 17th marks the anniversary of the signing of our Constitution at the Philadelphia Convention in 1787.

We invite you to honor this historic event and its enduring legacy by reading Mark Alexander's Primer on American Liberty. Keep the flame of Liberty burning bright by promoting the civic knowledge of Liberty for all those in your sphere of influence. To assist in that process, please distribute our highly acclaimed "Patriot's Primer on American Liberty" pocket guides.

As the current generation of American Patriots, we hold all elected representatives to account for abiding by their solemn oaths "to Support and Defend" our Constitution and the Rule of Law it enshrines.

Additionally, we invite you to read our extensive archive of columns on the Constitution as it relates to domestic and foreign policy, and, more specifically, sections on Liberty and Rule of Law and on our Republic's First Principles.

Other resources:

The Federalist Papers

Constitutional Interpretation

'Unalienable Rights of Man' — A Civics Lesson

Rule of Law vs. rule of men

Sacred Honor: Our Oath to Support and Defend


Finally, Constitution Day also marks The Patriot Post's anniversary, and we are grateful to you, our fellow Patriots, for your financial support of our mission and operations budget in order to extend Liberty to the next generation.

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