On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the closely watched case of Lee v. Tam, which seeks to settle an argument over the government’s ability to ban all trademark protections for names it deems to be offensive.
Constitution Daily looks back at some of the most noteworthy presidential inauguration speeches. John F. Kennedy’s speech in 1961 was one of the shortest but most powerful addresses made by a pres
The ability of an outgoing president to use his constitutional pardon powers has been controversial in some cases. Here is a quick look at those powers and some famous people who benefitted from them.
The incoming Trump administration will focus on tariffs and trade, and a brief review of their history might help to put Trump’s tariff proposals in perspective.
Abraham Lincoln’s two inaugural speeches were both historic and prophetic. Read some of the highlights of these landmark addresses.
As Constitution Daily counts down to Inauguration Day, we look back at three presidential ceremonies from the 1800s that ended very badly.
Does the government have to register a trademark that appears to “disparage” a group of people?
President-elect Donald Trump will inherit a nation divided at home and threatened abroad on Friday. Watch Carol Lee of The Wall Street Journal, Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker, Benjamin Domenech of The Federalist, and Paul Gottfried of Elizabethtown College as they discuss the incoming administration.
Two Congressmen have introduced a bill to require the United States Supreme Court to allow cameras to record the Court’s proceedings under certain circumstances. So does Congress have the power to compel the Justices to comply?
In his day, Benjamin Franklin was Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Mark Zuckerberg, and Henry Ford, all rolled into one. Here’s a look at his most enduring innovations and inventions on January 17, Ben’s birthday.