At last week’s Republican debate in Florida, there were eight references to the Constitution.
With Libra in your orbit during the next four weeks, there’s no better time to really think about how open and balanced you’ve been.
In 2008, when Sen. Barack Obama was running for president against Sen. John McCain, there were three formal televised presidential debates. The Constitution was not raised at all in the first debate or the second. In the third, it was raised three times: once when McCain said that as president he would put justices on […]
If one accepts that the Supreme Court has the final word on constitutional interpretation, the issue is settled.
At the National Constitution Center last week, Robert Gates struck a nerve.
The Religion Newswriters Association of America has awarded Jennings Fellow Kay Campbell its honor for Religion Commentary of the Year. Congratulations to Kay.
In accepting the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center last night, former Secretary of Defense Gates said we are now in “uncharted territory when it comes to the dysfunction in our political system” and provided three reasons why.
The Purple Heart is a symbol of the sacrifices required to defend our nation and stands as a living connection to our Revolutionary forebears.
The National Constitution Center this evening awards the 2011 Liberty Medal to former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, in honor of his five decades of distinguished public service. A tireless advocate for the welfare of American troops, Gates has been called “the ultimate soldiers’ secretary.” A former CIA director, he led the Department of Defense […]
In a special program today, former Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates fielded questions about his years of public service and the future of the military.