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The most interesting and funny political facts are usually the ones that most people don’t know. Even if they do know them, they don’t always know the context.

One of the most interesting political facts is that the American Constitution is not actually written by a bunch of guys from the University of Virginia.

In fact the very first federalist document was written by two guys from the University of Virginia. One of these guys was William Bradford, one of the founding fathers of the United States. The other guy was a lawyer named John Jay. In fact the Constitution actually includes three different drafts, the first being a draft that Jay wrote in 1787. It was a copy of a draft that Jay had written in 1787, which was then used as a template by the drafters of the Constitution.

The Constitution actually includes three different drafts, the first being a draft that Jay wrote in 1787. It was a copy of a draft that Jay had written in 1787, which was then used as a template by the drafters of the Constitution.

Jay was an American lawyer who was extremely passionate about the Constitution, and he worked for the American government to make it happen. He was a staunch supporter of the Constitution and fought to make it a reality, in part by using the money he received from the government to start his own law firm, the American Bar Association.

Jay was involved in many of the key events that led to the Constitution, including the signing of the Bill of Rights, the Whiskey Rebellion, the ratification of the Constitution, and the first election after the ratification of the Constitution. He was also a significant figure in the American Revolution, being one of the major supporters of the Continental Congress and a member of several other Congresses.

He was appointed Secretary of State in 1793 and was part of the Revolutionary Congress that helped draft the Constitution. He was also involved in the Constitutional Convention and the drafting of the Bill of Rights. Jay was also involved in the creation of the national bank, and helped write the Bank of the United States.

Yes, he was also involved in the Civil War and was a very close associate of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. He was also involved in the American Medical Association, the American Bar Association, the American Institute of Architects, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the American Cancer Society. He was married to former Congresswoman, and the mother of eight children.

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