Sure, Roe v. Wade and its effects are important to a lot of people. But if you want an example of how the Constitution, and the way it’s been interpreted by the judicial branch, affects your daily life, look no further than Internet privacy.
A lot of crazy stuff tends to happen on New Year’s Eve. It’s amusing to analyze, say, the Lady Gaga–Mayor Bloomberg midnight kiss, but you’ve also probably heard about another buzzworthy, albeit less TMZ-worthy, event: President Obama’s signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The move was controversial primarily because the NDAA will allow… [Continue Reading]
Gingrich said he would seek to rein in “radical” federal judges by allowing Congress and the president to ignore their rulings when they choose to.
Wisconsin has a new policy that hits protesters with fees–but does it violate their First Amendment rights?
Gouverneur Morris, after all, is the man who gave us not “We the Parties” but “We the People.”