With this post Constitution Daily introduces a new feature: The Opinion Lab. These topical posts are aimed at teachers, students and life-long learners who are interested in testing the variety of opinions surrounding an issue in the news against their own judgments. We’ll provide some brief background on the topic and six opinions that capture… [Continue Reading]
Do the new TSA procedures strike the right balance between travel safety and individual privacy?
The California Supreme Court ruled this week that illegal immigrants are entitled to the tuition breaks offered to in-state high school students. Will the U.S. Supreme Court have the final word?
Today at the White House, President Obama is scheduled to award Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta his Medal of Honor, the first time the nation’s highest military award has been bestowed on a living soldier since Vietnam.
Here is a constitutional scorecard, with six arguments to look for as lawsuits brought by state lawmakers make their way to the U.S. Supreme Court.