U.S. Constitution Turns 234

On this day in 1787, the U.S. Constitution was approved and sent to the states for ratification. 

As Dan McLaughlin argues for the National Review, there are many reasons conservatives (and the rest of America) should love the Constitution. It is uniquely American, democratic, conservative, mistrusts powers, deliberative, federalist, classically liberal, and practical.

Many Republican leaders took to Twitter to celebrate:

Some alluded to recent concerns about whether the Constitution is being faithfully executed by Democrats in the Biden Administration and Congress.

To hear learn about how Republicans are pushing back against unconstitutional overreach by Democrats in the federal government, join the RNLA for our 35th Annual National Policy Conference on Friday, September 24, in Arlington, VA!

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