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.
In the wake of the not-guilty verdict in the Casey Anthony murder trial, a rapidly spreading movement is seeking federal and state laws to protect children like Casey’s daughter, Caylee.
2011 PJP Fellow Angela McKenzie found one proud Second Amendment advocate in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.’s JACKIE EMSLIE. You can hear her profile of Emslie here.
Section Four of the Fourteenth Amendment asserts that “the validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law…shall not be questioned.” So, does President Obama really need to get Congressional approval to raise the debt ceiling? Andrew Hedlund, a 2009 PJP Fellow and a student at Arizona State University, published this discussion […]
The lineup of those on the fringes of political partydom is replete with satirists, activists, and opportunists.
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.