I wasn’t at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Saturday morning March 5th more than five minutes when I heard my name called. As I saw a tall man with a smiling, familiar face striding towards me, my first reaction was “What’s Matt Lait doing here?” Matt Lait is half of a well-known and […]
Welcome to Presidential Madness. Download a PDF of the Bracket at this link, and bring your filled out bracket to the National Constitution Center, and you are eligible for a buy one, get one free ticket for admission to the museum. Keep track of the entire tournament on our Presidential Madness page.* *Offer valid through […]
While the NCAA men duke it out for a spot in the National Championship, the top 32 Presidents of the United States will battle for your votes. Fill out our Presidential Madness bracket, and predict which man will bring home the W (no Bush pun intended) for best president in history!
Welcome to Presidential Madness. Download a PDF of the Bracket at this link, and bring your filled out bracket to the National Constitution Center, and you are eligible for a buy one, get one free ticket for admission to the museum.* *Offer valid through April 4, 2011. Completed bracket must be turned in to the […]
In 2019, Mickey Mouse is set to be released to the public domain. But will the Congress grant Disney another extension?
On March 26-27, the National Constitution Center will host an interactive, interdisciplinary forum and workshop. Here’s a sneak peak.
By Dr. Steve Frank There are many reasons you can think of James Madison as the Jiminy Cricket of the Founding Fathers: – diminutive size- preference for black coats- voracious student with an encyclopedia in his brain- belief that conscience should be your guide. Madison was born 260 years ago today. As we wish him […]
Sometimes wearing up to 30 pounds of extra weight, Emeline hid important papers, materials, and other contraband in her voluminous skirts.
What would Madison have thought of the hearings on radical Islam in Congress?
There are several reasons why the Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery is a remarkable document. First, a fun fact: It’s signed by Thomas Paine of Common Sense.