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  1. Gentlemen,

    This comment has nothing to do with D-Day, but the relevant place where I sought to insert it said “comments closed.” So, with tears in my eyes, I came here.

    Anyone who takes the pen name Publius is a friend of mine.

    I am counsel to the American Civil Rights Union (a polar opposite of the ACLU) who practiced in the US Supreme Court for 33 years, on conservative issues. I have written a 10-part series on the Constitution in laymen’s language, and the first five of those have been published.

    See http://www.ChronWatch-America.com and search on my name as author.

    I’ve read at your website, and think that series might be of interest to your readers. (Also, those texts are being recorded now by a professional voice-over person.) If you are interested in the articles, they are available without charge.

    Of course, anyone writing honestly and correctly about the Constitution should quote the Federalist, early and often. As you will see, I have done that.

    Let me know what you think.

    John Armor, Esq.
    Highlands, North Carolina

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