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Tradewinds March 2015 Web Final

March 2015

A Familiar Exposition of

A Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United States By Joseph Story Joseph Story (September 18, 1779 – September 10, 1845) was an American lawyer and jurist who served on the Supreme Court of the United States from 1811 to 1845. He is most remembered for his opinions in Martin v. Hunter’s Lessee and The Amistad case, and especially for his magisterial Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, first published in 1833. Dominating the field in the 19th century, this work is a cornerstone of early American jurisprudence. It is the second comprehensive treatise on the provisions of the U.S. Constitution and remains a critical source of historical information about the forming of the American republic and the early struggles to define its law. Does your company have a product in need of marketing? The Albemarle Tradewinds staff will set-up locations, market your product and sell business to business for you. Give us a call congress patriotism house senate commerce coinage militia executive judicial colonial government revolution origin parliament liberty emigration confederation continental Story opposed Jacksonian democracy, saying it was “oppression” of property rights by republican governments when popular majorities began (in the 1830s) to restrict and erode the property rights of the minority of rich men. R. Kent Newmyer presents Story as a “Statesman of the Old Republic” who tried to be above democratic politics and to shape the law in accordance with the republicanism of Alexander Hamilton and John Marshall and the New England Whigs of the 1820s and ‘30s, including Daniel Webster. Historians agree that Justice Joseph Story reshaped American law—as much or more than Marshall or anyone else—in a conservative direction that protected property rights. Source: Wikipedia 4 Albemarle Tradewinds March 2015 albemarletradewinds.com

By: Kelly Thorsby Well, I’m sorry to report that Old Man Winter forced us to move our 104th ANNUAL DINNER MEETING to Tuesday, March 24th. $50 tickets are still available! Join us 6-9pm at KE White and learn how “We Make Your Dreams Come True!” Guests will enjoy Keynote Speaker John Formica, The Ex-Disney Guy and beloved Disney songs performed by The Arts of the Albemarle Center Players. Local businesses and individuals of the community will be honored, and guests will receive a copy of our new connECt magazine which features all the fun and exciting things to do in our region. They will also enjoy a magical meal prepared by Currituck BBQ, beer and wine and take part in a fabulous Silent Auction! And the magic continues with our 24th ANNUAL ROYAL BUSINESS EXPO & JOB FAIR– Job Seekers, Employers and Networkers join us! This event featuring over 70 businesses under one roof kicks off Tuesday, April 21st (5-8pm) with our Sneak Peek Royal Ball for a $25 ticket admission and is open to the public! Guests enjoy our Royal Expo Chef and Sweets Challenge, DJ Taz, beer, wine, prizes and a chance to win a $500 flight voucher from Norfolk International Airport. On Wednesday, April 22nd, (10am-2pm) pay only $2 at the door for Community Day! This special event features our Non-Profit Palace and all the local products and services that are available in our area. This royal event takes place at KE White and also has a Disney theme. Booths are still available! Don’t miss our best networking event of the year which is co-sponsored by Northeastern Workforce Development Board and COA Small Business Center! We hope you will attend our Royal events and see what the MAGIC is all about! Call us for details at 252-335-4365 or visit www.elizabethcitychamber.org. 502 East Ehringhaus Street, EC, NC 27909 Concealed Carry Classes Febuary 21 and March 21 We are truly a transparent advertising agency. Just call Scott and he will give the pricing over the phone or just go online www.albemarletradewinds.com click order ad. It’s easy and completely open. facebook.com/AlbemarleTradingPost Albemarle Tradewinds March 2015 5