Constitution Daily contributor Benjamin Brown looks at the role that college student in the town of Gettysburg played in the crucial Civil War battle in 1863.
Stagnant employment numbers on Friday could mean a significant shift in the current presidential campaign away from health care and taxes, and toward job growth for consumers.
The 2012 presidential campaign is taking a weird turn for Republican candidate Mitt Romney, as major news outlets are dwelling on his campaign’s troubles with Rupert Murdoch, and not other political issues that could bolster Romney’s campaign.
World champion boxer Muhammad Ali’s biggest fight was in the arena of the U.S. Supreme Court, and the court’s 1971 decision is a huge part of his legacy.
The National Constitution Center’s 2012 Liberty Medal ceremony will recognize Muhammad Ali as a champion of freedom, the Center announced at a press conference on Thursday afternoon.
The Supreme Court Justices have left a steaming Washington. But no sooner had they departed than the next major controversy arrived: same-sex marriage.
Two polls from well-respected research institutes show many Americans don’t know much about the health care fight in Washington, don’t care about it – or thought the Supreme Court ruled in another direction. The polls were done independently by the Pew Research Center and the Kaiser Family Foundation, but they have similar results that show […]
Mitt Romney won’t talk about his vice presidential pick and Condoleezza Rice flatly denies any interest. So why is someone in the Romney camp drop a hint that Rice is, at the very least, being considered as a VP pick?
The Daily Show’s Kevin Bleyer recently rewrote parts of the Constitution for his new book, Me the People. So Bleyer has a few suggestions for Chief Justice John Roberts, who is being accused of doing the same.
The passing of television legend Andy Griffith on Tuesday has people looking back at his first big dramatic role, as a shady TV host trying to influence a fictional presidential election.