The Federalist Papers provide insight into divisive topics facing presidential candidates on the campaign trail.
The proposed amendment would specify that corporations are not “persons” protected by the Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment.
Nearly all the candidates (Ron Paul is the one exception) state that creating jobs is their top priority.
When Vice President Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton fought their legendary duel in Weehawken, New Jersey, both lost: Hamilton, the former Secretary of the Treasury, his life; Burr his future.
The framers of the Constitution vigorously opposed religious tests or oaths for public office-holders.
It’s appropriate that the Federalist Papers, a series of essays promoting the ratification of the Constitution, was published during Scorpio’s reign.
A New York Times op-ed defended the use of close-doors talks for the congressional supercommittee. The framers of the Constitution might agree.
How do we reconcile the arrival of “drone wars” with the principles of a democratic republic?
Over the years a few of baseball’s better yarns have managed to weave their way into the fabric of political life.
Welcome to the first of an ongoing video interview series with the creative team behind Fighting for Democracy: Who is the “We” in “We the People”?