Welcome to ConstitutionFacts.com where
you'll see the entire text of the Constitution,
the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of
Independence - and much more! You'll find
interesting insights into the men who wrote
the Constitution, how it was created, and
how the Supreme Court has interpreted
the United States Constitution in the two
centuries since its creation.
The Constitution is certainly the most
influential legal document in existence.
Since its creation some two hundred years
ago, over one hundred countries around
the world have used it as a model for their
own. And it is a living document. It is one
of the world's oldest surviving constitutions.
And, while the Supreme Court continually
interprets the U.S. Constitution so as to
reflect a rapidly changing world, its basic
tenets have remained virtually unchanged
since its inception, and unchallenged as
well. People quarrel over its interpretation,
but never do they question the wisdom of
its underlying principles.
At ConstitutionFacts.com, you'll begin to
see why. You'll get a taste of some of the
Founding Fathers' thoughts. You'll see
some of the reasoning behind the Supreme
Court's landmark decisions. But, most
importantly, you'll get a feel for the United
States Constitution itself and how it is that
a document that was written over 200 years
ago still plays an integral role in our