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There are 7,383 representatives in the legislatures of the 50 states plus 438 Congressional Representatives and 100 Senators. Each has taken a solemn oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. Is it not reasonable that those who have taken the oath know and understand the Constitution

This website is non-partisan It was not created to promote either the democrat or republican party It was created to assist elected officials to educate themselves on the principles of sound government.

The purpose this website is to provide elected officials with tools necessary to educate themselves on the Constitution and the principles upon which it was written.

In order to lawfully drive a car, a driver must be tested, but our elected officials are not required to demonstrate that they know and understand the nature of the contract they have sworn to obey.

How can we expect our elected officials to do their job properly, if we their Constituents do not we know when our rights are being violated In order to hold our elected officials accountable, we the people must understand our rights and responsibilities.

Before we elect someone to serve in an office of public trust, we should require that they demonstrate they understand their duties as defined in the Constitution.

Ignorance of the law is no excuse. In order to enjoy peace, prosperity and freedom, it is everyone's responsibility to to know and understand the principles upon which our nation was founded.

The Constitution was written based on the principles of natural that were articulated an the Declaration of Independence. To understand the Constitution, you must first understand the self-evident truths expressed by Thomas Jefferson

Each state has a right to be equally represented in House of Representatives. Each state is entitled to have not more than and not less than one representative for every thirty-thousand inhabitants.

Today the states are not being equally represented. Wyoming, for example has one representative for a population of 576,000 and the people in Florida have one representative for every 876,000. In other words there are an average of 300,000 people in the Congressional Districts in Florida not are not being counted. There was a time in our nation's history when only three-fifths of a certain group of people were counted for the purpose of apportionment in the House of Representatives.

Today, in Florida there are 800,000 people of all races, creeds and colors that are not be counted. If the people of Wyoming and Florida were equally represented, Florida would have 37 representatives instead of only 27.

The number of representatives in the House was fixed at 435 because the was not enough room in the House to accomodate a larger number of representatives.

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