PJP Faculty Member Jeffrey Rosen speculates how the Supreme Court might decide Last week, President Obama decided not to pursue the option of raising the debt ceiling without Congressional approval. That idea (see earlier post below) had been raised by proponents of a strict reading of the Fourteenth Amendment, which says, in part, that “the […]
Author Jane Hampton Cook will speak at the National Constitution Center on Saturday.
On this particular Saturday, the exhibiton about domestic terrorism was more compelling than usual.
From the time the government began using full-body imaging four years ago, there have been strong protests that the technology invades personal privacy.
Make your voice heard about the debt talks in Washington.
What role has the Constitution played in the mounting crisis over raising the debt ceiling?
Our immersion began with a tour of the National Constitution Center.
What role has the Constitution played in the persistent argument over raising the debt ceiling? There is the Republican push for a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget (which I will address in a later post) and the Democratic argument, now abandoned, that the Fourteenth amendment makes it unnecessary for the President to get Congressional […]
Constitutional astrologers at the National Constitution Center take a radical new approach to the zodiac.
An arts in education program helps elementary school students reimagine the Liberty Bell.