Constitutional Foundations

BPF supports the preservation of the United States Constitution and restoration of the courts to their proper constitutional role of enforcing the constitutional limits on government.

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U.S. Congress

Citizen Participation in U. S. Governance & the Electoral College

by Charles Grayson Published September 21, 2020 Things have changed a great deal since the Constitution signing. Both the Constitution and laws have stayed somewhat in-step with the really big changes. The biggest change has been the expansion of what was a new introduction into government — some power and freedom to the people as a check on government, but frankly it barely qualified as a democratic republic. That concept; however, once planted as a seed almost immediately began to sprout and within 70 years took over the nation.

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Electors and President Election

Electors and the Presidential Term

As prescribed in Amendments XII & XX to the U.S. Constitution, Donald Trump’s current term ends at noon on January 20, 2021 whether he wins or loses the 2020 vote of the Electors or whether the outcome is unclear. 

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The War on Cops

BPF Book Review | “The War on Cops”

If there is a more insightful tract for today’s tangled and tortured times, I don’t know what it is. “The War on Cops – How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe” was published in 2016, but the message is more relevant today than ever.

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