Rewriting The US Constitution With Kevin Bleyer July 27, 2012

from KUOW NPR· ·

At more than 200 years old, the Constitution is long overdue for a rewrite. So, in order to pen our country's new governing document, humor writer Kevin Bleyer traveled to the birthplace of democracy (Greece), bused to the home of independence (Philadelphia) and consulted with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The result was the book "Me The People: One Man's Selfless Quest To Rewrite The Constitution of the United States of America." Bleyer spoke about his parody book and shed light on the flaws of the original document on June 2, 2012 at Seattle's Town Hall.



At more than 200 years old, the Constitution is long overdue for a rewrite. So, in order to pen our country's new governing document, humor writer Kevin Bleyer traveled to the birthplace of democracy (Greece), bused to the home of independence (Philadelphia) and consulted with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The result was the book "Me The People: One Man's Selfless Quest To Rewrite The Constitution of the United States of America." Bleyer spoke about his parody book and shed light on the flaws of the original document on June 2, 2012 at Seattle's Town Hall.