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This site, or one of its iterations, has been mentioned in a few printed
and on-line publications, and is linked to from some prestigious sites,
- The site was the The Learning
Page's Site of the Month in September, 2005.
- In August 2005, the Not in the Constitution
page was listed on Digg and it became a
featured link on dozens of blogs.
- On July 19, 2005, a Texas caller into C-SPAN's Washington Journal call-in
show mentioned the site as a good online resource for getting information on
the Constitution. The show was focusing on a new law slipped into a 2004
spending bill that requires all federal employees and students in schools
that get federal funds to get training on the
Constitution on Constitution Day (September 17).
- On June 15, 2005, the artist who draws the Arlo and Janis cartoon strip mentioned
my site on his site, and that mention generated over a thousand hits. I had
never even heard of Arlo and Janis - go figure.
- On February 2, 2005, the site was featured as a reference in a lengthy
article about the push to amend the Constitution to allow foreign-born
Presidents in the Los
- The site was chosen as a featured site by Family First on November 1, 2004.
- The site was included in a list of sites about the Constitution on the Explore Freedom website, which
was featured in print, radio, and television ads in 2004.
- The site was the Editor's Pick at Alexa.com on February 28, 2004.
- In the midst of discussion of a marriage definition amendment in February
2004, the site got many hits from various sources, including FoxNews, NPR,
and the web sites of
- On November 25, 2003, the Constitution Page got
prominent mention in a
story in the Washington Post.
- On October 10, 2003, the Wall of Separation
Letter Page was prominently mentioned on a resource
page for Now with Bill Moyers.
- On August 25, 2001, C-SPAN's
Washington Journal program featured the site and the Webmaster live
on the air. If you're watching C-SPAN's video archive, the feature starts at
57:17 into the video.
- Astute listeners may have heard the Webmaster's name mentioned on NPR on
August 2, 2001, correcting reporter Robert Seigel and President Jimmy Carter
on a constitutional point (listen with
- Chosen by NBCi for its premium
- MegaLaw lists the site under its Constitutional Law
- We are listed with Political
Information, a great resource with a search engine that indexes just
Age profiled the Not in the Constitution page
on July 23, 1999
- The site was chosen as Political Site of the Day on June 30, 1999 by AboutPolitics
- The site was listed on the front page of Essential Links
- The Vermont Constitution Page is rated as
"Noteworthy" by Britannica
- New York
- Savoy Magazine
chose this site as
the Web Pick for September 17, 1998 (Constitution Day) and interviewed the
Webmaster for its 20 Questions feature
Teacher's Guide for the Africans in America topic
- Rated five of five stars by Suite101's
Constitutional Issues Index (rated four stars by Suite101's
Conservative Politics Index)
Internet Legal Resources
- AllPolitics from
CNN and Time Magazine
- Rated Very Good by Infoseek
- WebBound Magazine Fall 1998
- Various syllabi from courses in Political Science, Government, and