The Founding Fathers were quite familiar with the record of some English kings of simply sending Parliament home, if the lawmakers were not following the monarch’s wishes.
The program will culminate in two service projects and a collaborative documentary film about civic engagement.
Incivility — at least some of the incivility we now see in Washington — feels to me like a by-product of the subtle racism that too many still indulge.
Dueling lawsuits are looming.
Resisting full immersion means continuing and honoring the 500 year resistance of our ancestors.
He invented many of the political institutions we live with, and foresaw the shape of things to come.
Chris Christie’s announcement that he would not run for president sparked a new round of speculation that he would become a presidential “kingmaker.”
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider the rights of a New Jersey man whose drive home with his four-year-old son and pregnant wife ended in an invasive strip search at the jailhouse and seven days behind bars. The plaintiff in this case, Albert W. Florence, tells the story of his wrongful arrest and subsequent treatment in his own words.
In each installment of “Say What?” we offer a quick quote–be it wise, quirky, or otherwise memorable — about the Constitution.
Courts around the country are reaching differing conclusions about the reach of the Second Amendment.