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Monday, January 28th, 2013

Give Up On The Constitution? Should We Give Up On Everything Over 200 Years Old Mr. Seidman?

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Video and Audio - Georgetown "Constitutional Law" Professor Michael Seidman believes that we should just give up on the Constitution because it was written over 200 years ago by a bunch of guys who were basically out of touch with how our country is run today. Well, what if we were to just give up on everything that was over 200 years old? There would certainly be no major religions left in the world and many of our own elite colleges (including you….Continue

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