Mr. Kahn’s emotional plea at the Democratic Convention caused a run on pocket constitutions at Amazon. The best seller, Pocket Constitution (Text from the U.S. Bicentennial Commission Edition), is the lowest cost version on Amazon but it comes with something extra. In addition to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution it contains notes allegedly from “American conservative author and faith-based political theorist”, W. Cleon Skouson, who some people think is a conspiracy theorist. I guess you get what you pay for. I am kind of surprised by the sales since free and almost free pocket Constitutions are readily available from various organizations.
Of the various pocket Constitutions I own, my favorite is the one from Cato. Cato gives me a “free” copy every year I give them money and I give them away to interested people. I think it is the same pocket Constitution the late Senator Byrd from West Virginia carried around in his shirt pocket. When he would get into an argument with fellow legislators about the Constitution, he would yank his out his pocket Constitution and challenge them to show him where the Constitution said that. Since the Constitution says very little about immigration laws, I doubt that Mr. Kahn can use that trick.