Oct 18

Say What? “Leave religion off the table”



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  Editor’s Note: For the past 200-plus years, we the people have had a lot to say about the Constitution. In each installment of “Say What?” we offer a quick quote–be it wise, quirky, or otherwise memorable–from past or present conversation related to our favorite founding document.    Quote “As far as I’m concerned, let’s… [Continue Reading]



Oct 7

Say What?: “Imaginary beings called states”



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In each installment of “Say What?” we offer a quick quote–be it wise, quirky, or otherwise memorable — about the Constitution.



Sep 30

By the Numbers: Banned Books Week



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Editor’s Note: By the Numbers is a new feature of Constitution Daily that extracts thought-provoking data from the news. Whether you’re following us in school, at your place of work, or at home, By the Numbers provides data you can use to shape an opinion or start a civic conversation. Did you ever read “The… [Continue Reading]



Sep 7

How Congress spent its summer: 2011 vs. 1787



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Congress is back from recess today. See how their summer stacks up against a famous summer long ago.



Aug 11

Top 10 not-so-good, bad, and ridiculous Scandalgates



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On this day in 1972, Richard M. Nixon became the first U.S. president to resign, and the term for the scandal that prompted his resignation—”Watergate”—continues to be referenced today.