The Hindu Business Line  Mar 10  Comment 
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is expected to be re-elected for a fourth term in an upcoming ballot, said today he had no plans to change the constitution to stay in the Kremlin beyond 202
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 18  Comment 
The second edition of ‘The Huddle’, a two-day thought conclave of The Hindu, was inaugurated in Bengaluru on Saturday. In his welcome address to an invited audience at the ITC Gardenia hot
New York Times  Feb 8  Comment 
No wonder we are losing faith in our democracy.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 2  Comment 
PETA alleged that Jallikattu was a blood sport in which bulls were subjected to various types of cruelty.
Biomass Magazine  Feb 1  Comment 
The Vermont State Archives, home to the constitution, is heated with wood. Last fall the Department of Buildings and General Services replaced the aging boilers in the State Archives in Middlesex with two new automatic Froling wood pellet boilers.
NPR  Jan 30  Comment 
In comments to a Tulsa radio host in February 2016, then-Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said he feared President Trump would use executive orders unconstitutionally if he were elected.
MarketWatch  Jan 29  Comment 
The foundation of U.S. liberty and justice needs a 21st Century retrofit, writes Chris Edelson.



A composition of something , a written record of a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed.

The US Constitution specifies the powers and duties of each branch of government. The Constitution reserves all unenumerated powers to the respective states and the people, thereby establishing the federal system of government. The Constitution does not give freedoms, it takes them away. What the Constitution does not take away from the people, it leaves for the states. The Bill of rights protects the rights of the people from the Constitution.

Constitution 14c law, regulation, edict, act of settling, settled condition, anything arranged or settled upon, regulation, order, ordinance Action of establishing, is from 1580s; that of "way in which a thing is constituted" is from c.1600;. Sense of "mode of organization of a state" is from c.1600; that of "system of principles by which a community is governed" dates from 1730s; especially of a document of written laws since the U.S. and French constitutions, late 18c. [1]

constitute 14c made up, formed, arranged, settled, to cause to stand, set up, fix, place, establish, set in order; form something new; resolve. [2]


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