At the Center we ask our guests who their favorite president is in our main exhibit. Here are the results.
In honor of Black History Month, listen to an audio clip featuring Princeton scholar Cornel West on Dr. Martin Luther King’s religious message and how it became a civic dialogue about liberty and democracy that moved the nation closer to its ideals.
GALLUP’S ANNUAL PRESIDENTS DAY POLL IS OUT Ever since it began polling in the 1930s, the Gallup organization has asked Americans “who is the nation’s greatest president?” This year, Ronald Reagan came out on top. Those polled tended to value recent presidents over those who served long ago. Lincoln did come in second, but Bill […]
CELL PHONE CAMERAS EXPOSED POLICE MISCONDUCT IN CAIRO; BUT HERE’S A SURPRISE: IF YOU SHOT THE SAME PICTURES IN THE US, YOU’D BE SUBJECT TO ARREST A PLEA FOR A BROADER INTERPRETATION OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT By Witold Walczak Are cell-phone cameras an indispensable tool in the fight for freedom, or an instrument of crime? […]
The Senate Candy Desk has been a time-honored tradition dating back to 1968. However, the brand of candy that is on the desk is a multi-state battle involving Hershey’s Bars, Wrigley’s Gum and Jelly Belly.
Local radio host Dom Giordano writes about his plans for interviewing five congressmen at the Center on Monday.
Rumsfeld was at The Center to kick off his highly-anticipated book tour in support of Known and Unknown: A Memoir.
What does the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment mean, and should it be interpreted to protect gays and lesbians from discrimination, as it protects African-Americans, ethnic minorities and women?
A movement organized by Egyptian young people on the Internet may resemble one organized more than 200 years ago by young Americans, with pamphlets and quill pens.
Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA/2), Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA/8), Jim Gerlach (R-PA/6), and Pat Meehan (R-PA/7) will be visiting the Center next week. What would you like to know about their jobs?