Wisconsin has a new policy that hits protesters with fees–but does it violate their First Amendment rights?
The clear, underlying message is that politicians elected by the people cannot be trusted with making unpopular decisions.
This interview features Jorge Cousineau, production designer of Fighting for Democracy’s world premiere theatrical performance created by the National Constitution Center.
Participating students from the Riga 10th Secondary School, a multicultural school in the Latvian capital, introduce themselves.
Wherever Bruce performed, the police followed, but prosecuting obscenity – particularly obscenity in the form of words – has always been difficult.
Antifederalists worried that once set in motion, the government would eventually grow to heights of nearly uncontrollable scope.
Is the Occupy Movement an aberration, a flash in the pan that will sputter out? Or is it a portent of things to come?
The “People’s Rights Amendment” would end any constitutional recognition of corporations as “people.”
Where is the line between censoring disruptive behavior and preserving a student’s fundamental right to freedom of expression online? Join a live chat on this issue originating from the National Constitution Center on Wednesday.
Gouverneur Morris, after all, is the man who gave us not “We the Parties” but “We the People.”