First, thank you again for your commitment and enthusiasm. What a great weekend we all had! In preparation for your follow-on, I would like to emphasize some of the points that Vic Walczak made in his remarks to the group at yesterday’s concluding lunch: the Constitution is out there everywhere, if you just take the […]
It’s 2013, and seven bombs rip through the US Navy base in San Diego, California and the FBI have a suspect. How would you decide the case?
A guest post from Mark Stout, SPY Historian, about our country’s long history of suspicion and fear of “hyphenated Americans” during times of national crisis.
Frank Buckles lied about his age – he was only 16 years old – to enlist in the Army in August 1917.
Today is the official opening of the Center’s new exhibit, Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America. Allow us to share a story of one of the featured spies and her work with the French Resistance during World War II.
IN OPPOSING OP-EDS TWO IMMIGRATION ACTIVISTS SET THE PLATFORM FOR A CLASH THIS SATURDAY AT THE FIFTH ANNUAL PETER JENNINGS PROJECT EVENTLike so many constitutional questions, this one comes down to language. The 14th amendment declares that “all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of […]
Take a look and decide for yourself whether the $6.5 million spent in 2007 for the current test might not have bought all the right answers.
The 14th Amendment declares that “all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the States wherein they reside.” But what does it mean to be “subject to the jurisdiction thereof”?
One guest said she never felt the need to gain any type of understanding of the military since it seemed to be against her basic worldview and conscience. What she saw surprised her.
What do pop culture touchstone Dirty Dancing and the U.S. Constitution have in common? One fan makes an interesting connection.