Birthplace of the Bill of Rights Was Just Demolished by a Developer

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When the US Constitution was being developed in the years following the Revolutionary War, there were plenty of voices in American politics who were absolutely opposed to the document, for fear that it would give the government too much power. These men would become known as the Anti-Federalists, and they were largely responsible for forging the greatest check on the Federal Government’s power, the Bill of Rights.

Sadly, the birthplace of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution was almost completely destroyed recently. The James Bell Tavern, which was the site of an early Anti-Federalist meeting in 1788, was partially demolished this month by a developer. The property was previously run by an auto shop and owned by the Triple Crown Corporation, who received a permit to destroy the building by the Silver Spring Township in Pennsylvania. For reasons that haven’t been determined, the township failed to list the property as a historical landmark.

The demolition was put on hold after an anonymous source alerted the township’s Conservation and Preservation Committee to the building’s historical status. Unfortunately, about a third of the structure had already been destroyed by that point.

As unfortunate as this may be, the current state of the building is rather fitting considering the current state of our nation. Just as the James Bell Tavern is standing on its last leg, so too is our Bill of Rights, which the US Government violates on a regular basis. Perhaps the building should be left in this sorry state, to remind us all of how far our nation has fallen.

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  • Czajk


  • The voice

    By design

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    There can be no convincing, let alone good, reason for this building to not be listed as a historical landmark, and thus protected from this sort of BS.

    • Razedbywolvs

      Unless your the government. Then there is a really good reason.

  • ccambridge

    Conveniently forgotten

  • SP_88

    How can they not know what this building was? This should have been part of the history of the town and everyone should be aware of it. It should be a national landmark and preserved as a tourist attraction.
    This is nothing short of gross incompetence, something that the government is notorious for.

  • StevetheHun

    The Federalist papers were quite noble. The anti-Federalist papers were quite prophetic. The anti-Federalist were right.

  • I find it very interesting that a company with a name very similar to the “Crown Corporation” is the developer, according to researchers the Crown Corporation owns London, Rome, and the District of Columbia; the crown corporation also owns, England, Canada, Australia, and the USA, aka Rothschild Banking Dynasty. An investigation is needed, as to how exactly this building was not on the protected list; however, we can rebuild it just like the Bill of Rights can be rebuilt.

  • Enough is enough

    It was no mistake the elite want to get ride of the Bill of Rights and the constitution. Plus anything that reminds the people of there existents. Anything to reminds, The power is the people’s. Breaking news they are winning.

  • D.Moore

    I assume the developer is not American since obviously they didn’t care the irresponsible owner didn’t give a shit about history. My home state of Pa, damn, there should have never been a question about this historical marker.

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  • Jolly Roger

    It’s not a problem, and it won’t make me angry. It’s just another bunch of heads that need to fall into the basket.

    As a cautionary note: When this party gets started, your guillotine needs to be erected near good drainage, preferably in a city with a good sewer system, because the stench of blood will overwhelm the local population if it lays stagnant.

    It doesn’t seem like something to be concerned about, but when you’re talking about hundreds of gallons of the stuff festering in the streets, it can become sickening to a lot of people. (lessons learned form the French revolution)

  • Dickin’s Cider

    This should have been on some national registry, but for the local people not to be proud enough of this buildings’ significance to our history to preserve it is mind boggling.