Is Facebook bigger than the Constitution? In some ways, the social network already is, but it may not be big enough to host a constitutional convention.
Here’s a brief look at the top constitutional news stories and commentaries from this week: Filibusters, the defense bill, and church and state.
A defense bill passed by the House on Friday, under the threat of a presidential veto, includes a ban on same-sex marriages at military bases.
Americans Elect, the group promoting a centrist, third-party choice for president that would be nominated through an online convention, has officially called it quits.
Who needs tracking polls when you have Google’s free, high-tech Insights search tool? A quick look at five hot-button issues shows some interesting trends heading to the fall presidential election.
Constitution Daily sits down with Vini “Mad Dog” Lopez, the drummer who backed Bruce Springsteen in several bands, including Steel Mill and the original E Street Band, and learns about the early days of Bruce’s songwriting and career aspirations. Question: How did you and Bruce first meet? Lopez: Danny Federici and myself, before we actually […]
The billion-dollar losses at JPMorgan Chase could take some of the sting out of President Barack Obama’s attacks on Mitt Romney over Wall Street excess. But will Romney use Morgan as a campaign issue?
Does a case for banning the use of the filibuster in the Senate stand a chance of success with the Supreme Court? Lyle Denniston looks at a recent news story that claims the case looks strong.
There are more polling numbers this week that show current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s star is fading as a potential running mate for Mitt Romney.
This week marks the anniversary of two milestone Supreme Court rulings on the issue of segregation that had long-ranging effects on American culture.