1. 2015 is the centennial of the New York State suffrage referendum in 1915: Follow the Spirit of 1776.

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    In 1915, New York was one of four states to hold a votes for women centennial. The other states were New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Watch the special coverage on Suffrage Wagon News Channel. Suffrage Wagon Cafe also has special programs. Celebrate women's freedom to vote and find out the real story behind the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The year 2017 is the centennial of the referendum that won the right to vote for New York State women. The Spirit of 1776 wagon will be on exhibit at the New York State Museum in 2017. You can follow Suffrage Wagon News Channel with Facebook, Twitter, email, and the quarterly newsletter. Women voters: take your voting rights seriously! http://SuffrageWagon.org http://SuffrageCentennials.com https://vimeo.com/kearnsmarguerite/videos http://YouTube.com/suffragewagon

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    • Illuminiti North American Command Center Ozark Mountains Missouri

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      Attention Warriors, Patriots and U.S. Military Personal I visited the Pensmore Mansion currently unders contruction the erea is under heavy survalyance, My plan was to complete a night-op and film new headquarters underground connection to U.S. underground city and roadway system. My position was compromsed and had to abort mission once I reached the target. The command center is registered to a Steven Huff listed as former Army intelligence and CIA officer. The 72,000 sq foot command center is located in the Ozark Mountains of Highlandville, Missouri. It is bullet proof, blast proof, earthquake resistant, tornado proof, fire resistant The cooridinence 36°52′47″N 93°12′45″W Physical address is 2700 Woods Fork Road, Highlandville, Missouri.

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      • Teach-In on Capitol Hill on Ending U.S. Wars

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        On Thursday, April 29, 2010, a “Teach-In on Capitol Hill,” was held in Room 2168 of the Rayburn House Building, in Washington, D.C., dealing with the question of what the U.S. Congress must do to end the U.S. Wars and secure a peaceful Middle East. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) served as the Moderator. On the panel were: David Swanson, Chris Hedges, Ann Wright, Jeremy Scahill and Josh Stieber. For more details on this event and its sponsors, go to: http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/node/51592

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        • Constitutional Convention... It's Dangers

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          A presentation by Richard Fry of, "Defend Not Amend," addressing the dangers of a proposed Article V convention to amend the U.S. Constitution.

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          • Carrying on the Dream

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            We are the ones we've been waiting for.

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            • Prescott / Kern Debate

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              Dr. Bruce Prescott debated Dr. Steve Kern on the question of whether the U.S. Constitution either establishes or endorses the United States as a Christian nation, on Thursday 24 February 2011.

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              • The 17th Amendment

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                Stephen King addresses the detrimental effects of the 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the opportunity for it's revocation. (I recorded this at the Constitution Party National Committee Meeting, Fort Worth, TX, Nov 13, 2010)

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                • 2012 Constitution Day Panel Discussion

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                  The 2012 Constitution Day panel discussion addressed the national debt and the Constitution's role in it. It was held on Wednesday, September 26. The panelists were Andre Blaszczynski, Fran Coan, and Rafele Fierro, each of whom discussed issues such as the historical origins of the debt and its modern-day implications. Approximately 60 audience members were in attendance. Fran Coan's presentation:http://goo.gl/hSMzR Andre Blaszczynski's presentation: http://goo.gl/pJp1g

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                  • Sex, Drugs, Guns, & Spies: Constitution Day Program

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                    A 90-minute program which will include brief presentations by professors and audience Q&A. Constitution Day is a national day of recognition to educate the public about the U.S. Constitution. From the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision on gay marriage to the federal government's decision to allow Colorado and Washington to permit recreational marijuana use; from the constitutionality of firearm restrictions to the question of whether whistleblowers should leak information about possible government misconduct in the course of surveillance: current events highlight the continuing relevance of our 200-year-old Constitution. Featuring: • Professor Don Crowley, Department of Political Science, College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences • Professor Richard Seamon, College of Law • Professor Shaakirrah Sanders, College of Law • Professor Michael Park, School of Journalism and Mass Media, College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences

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                    • Voting for Congress

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                      Voting for Congress. Produced by the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier. Featuring: * Colleen Sheehan: Professor of Political Science, Villanova University * David O. Stewart: Author of "The Summer of 1787" and "Madison's Gift" * Gene Hickok: Montpelier Foundation Board of Directors * Hank Chambers: Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law * Stewart Harris: Professor of Law, Appalachian School of Law To take the course, go to http://www.montpelier.org/courses.

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