Antifederalists worried that once set in motion, the government would eventually grow to heights of nearly uncontrollable scope.
Is the Occupy Movement an aberration, a flash in the pan that will sputter out? Or is it a portent of things to come?
The “People’s Rights Amendment” would end any constitutional recognition of corporations as “people.”
Where is the line between censoring disruptive behavior and preserving a student’s fundamental right to freedom of expression online? Join a live chat on this issue originating from the National Constitution Center on Wednesday.
Gouverneur Morris, after all, is the man who gave us not “We the Parties” but “We the People.”
Together they used their language and their culture, things that the government had tried to beat out of them as children, to achieve greatness.
It’s a fine balance, the art of asking questions. You want to seem interested in someone, without being too pushy or prying.
We’ve spent a lot of time thinking about, researching, and thinking some more about what really happened in the autumn of 1621.
Thanksgiving football is like the Thanksgiving turkey: It’s a tradition, it’s huge, and there is more than enough to go around.
Grab a seat at the table as we talk turkey! The latest edition of the Constitution Hall Pass examines what this holiday is all about and tells the real story of the first Thanksgiving.