While many will still look to political pundits to comprehend current events, we will be watching as the planets shift and the moons of Jupiter align to help you make sense of it all.
It has been the highest profile workplace discrimination case in history, and surely the biggest, and it played out against a background of law that included the Constitution.
The book is called “The Secret Wisdom” and, well, it’s provocative. Here are some of the claims made by its author, the enormously successful playwright and essayist, David Mamet… “America is a Christian country. Its Constitution is the distillation of the wisdom and experience of Christian men, in a tradition whose codification is the Bible.” […]
“This is my dad’s church!” exclaimed the eight-year old daughter of an evangelical minister as she walked through the hallways of a public school in New York City… Responding to the Appeals Court decision referenced in the June 4 post by Jordan Lorence below, author Katherine Stewart’s Op-ed in last Sunday’s New York Times describes […]
Sadly, both ends of the political spectrum are guilty of making shamelessly scurrilous statements about Medicare in attempts to score political points.
On this Fathers Day, learn why we call the men who wrote and signed the Constitution “founding fathers” and learn where the term originated.
The ruling that starts the criminal justice system on a slippery slope.
Three of the nation’s leading economic experts converged at the National Constitution Center June 16th for “Competition and the Constitution,” the Ninth Annual John M. Templeton, Jr., Lecture on Economic Liberties and the Constitution.
The Libya back-and-forth is the latest skirmish in a decades-long struggle between Congress and the president.
On Wednesday, a bipartisan group of 10 House members filed a lawsuit against the president challenging U.S. participation in the Libya military mission. At issue are the requirements of the War Powers Act of 1973.