Today in history . . .
September 25, 1789 – Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, known today as the Bill of Rights, were first proposed. It may be interesting to note that even back then, it took a little over two years (December 15, 1791) to ratify most of them.
If you are unsure how history holds relevance today, consider this sampling:
Sometimes it helps to look back, just so we can look forward – with apologies to George Santayana
Thanks to our founding fathers for having the foresight to draft this important document.