See the chalk mural timeline created by Spray, an artist, political activist and educator.
It’s a safe bet that when the new fiscal year for the federal government begins on October 1, the Constitution will not require a balanced budget.
On July 20th, Neil and Buzz would land…if all went well.
Protection against double jeopardy begins the moment that a jury is chosen and sworn in. The key question for Roger Clemens is when it stops.
Candidate pledges are paving the presidential campaign-trail.
I’d heard the story abouit John Adams before, but never sitting in Congress Hall, the place where it actually happened.
July 16 is a difficult date for me, a painful reminder of how, I, the City of Philadelphia, lost my title as the nation’s capital.
Controversy over the limits of government power was renewed in a recent cover story about the Constitution in TIME magazine.
“Which pledge is most important… the pledge to uphold your oath to the Constitution of the United States or a pledge from a special interest group who claims to speak for all American conservatives when, in fact, they really don’t? The fact is we have enormous urgent problems in front of us that have to […]
As a country, we have long argued over constitutional safeguards for criminal defendants, and we will continue to do so long after Casey Anthony is forgotten.