We, the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, might actually want to understand the core document that guides many aspects of our lives.
A recent poll conducted by the McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum in Chicago found that only 28% of Americans know more than one of the five fundamental freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment. Only one out of a thousand folks can name all five (the freedoms of religion and speech, of the press, to assemble peaceably, and to petition for redress of grievances). Approximately 20% think the First Amendment guarantees their right to own a pet. This might explain why so many look like their pets - higher intelligence.
On the other hand, 52% of Americans can name at least two main characters on "The Simpsons" and 22% can name all five (Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie - I had to look them up). If pressed, a number of them can probably tell you the names of the actors doing the voices. Others, if pressed, might argue they are using their own voices.
We live in a country where the recent political race made many challenge long standing views and, in some cases, tore families apart. Let's hope those disagreeing have some decent understanding of what they are arguing about.