Mitt Romney is the only traditionally credible candidate in the Republican field. That’s why he can’t break away from the pack.
Fighting for Democracy unites a must-see, multimedia exhibition from the Japanese American National Museum with a stirring, original theatrical production created by the National Constitution Center.
If photo ID requirements are going to be struck down, it would probably be either under the guarantee of legal equality under the Fourteenth Amendment, or under one of two provisions in the 1965 Voting Rights Act which seek to assure voter equality.
Under the U.S. Constitution, a crucial part of the freedom of association is the right not to reveal your associations.
The truth is that the liberals were deluding themselves from the start when they sought in the West a solution to their home-grown problems.
It is fair to assume that no member of the current Court would publicly advocate abandonment of the preferred status of individual rights or the lesser protection of economic liberties; the Court regularly applies only a rationality test to economic legislation.
Yes, Americans have an inherent distrust of politicians (just as they do of journalists), but as the Gallup Poll tells us each year, they remain at the top of the list of their “most admired people” in the world…
With Mayan calendars prophesying the end-of-the-world in 2012, we venture a few predictions of our own.
Constitution Daily does a spin on the “Twelve Days of Christmas.”
For more than 100 years, the Times Square ball drop has been a New Years tradition. Here’s how it measures up By the Numbers.