The mission of TCNbP Company's website is to promote individual study of the Constitution.
The website achieves its mission in three ways:
These three types of resources aid in your on-line and off-line study of the US Constitution.
In pursuit of its mission, TCNbP Company employs web pages which are fast loading and uncluttered.
The intent of these pages is to inform rather than to persuade.
The scope of links posted on this site is intended to be inclusive and broad. With some exceptions (see Off-Site Link Criteria), links to all persuasions regarding the Constitution will be posted when found.
NOTE: Be prepared to find links to sites addressing the same issue while holding diametrically opposite positions.
NOTE: Frankly, the scope described above has not been observed from day one. Sites of patriotic or religious tone are noteably absent from this site. A separate page for each will be added soon along with a potpourri bookmark page that (with no accompanying description) includes nearly every site ever visited in search of those previously posted.
The primary benefit of using this site is time.
You get the benefit of the time spent finding these links. How much time is that? Hundreds of hours, literally. Well over 10,000 search engine reports were reviewed and well over 2,000 sites have been visited to obtain the links on this site.
The organization of the links and the html source of the pages with minimal graphics wastes none of your time in accessing the links.
The 1 to 3 line descriptions can help you decide which links to visit.
Generally, a link to another site will be posted if it is worth stopping by and it has a significant amount of material related to the Constitution.
NOTE: The following information can help you know what to expect and what not to expect when you visit links from this site.
The following criteria favor a link to a site:
The following criteria weigh against a link:
The majority of the posted off-site links are evaluated in 5 minutes or less.
Occasionally, a site is so interesting that much more time is spent there. You can spot these by the length and tone of the descriptive text.
An attempt is made to produce a brief (1 to 3 lines) description of each site that tells you a little more than the title. Most titles are lifted from the site.
Off-site links are either directly or indirectly relevant to the Constitution.
Examples of directly relevant links would be a page that discusses the judiciary or 1st amendment rights. Such links can be found on the Web Guide to the Constitution page as they are related to specific articles in the Constitution.
An example of an indirectly relevant link would be a page that discusses individual responsibility or philosopy. Links to such pages can be found on the Politics page or Resources page.
To support this site, you can download the fully-functional freeware version of the TCN program and then order the enhanced version.
Also, you can click the various Amazon.com links on my site and make your book purchases. See letter.
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