Eric Posner from the University of Chicago and Jonathan Rauch from the Brookings Institution tackle an urgent constitutional debate: If speech is perceived to be insulting or indecent, is it permissible for government to regulate its expression?
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Robert C. Weaver had a strong public record as a Civil Rights leader and a government official, but there was still controversy when he became the first black nominated to a Cabinet-level position on this day in 1966.
After an enthusiastic start to our “Ask Jeff” series, Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, is back in 2015 to field your questions about our courts and the Constitution.
In this commentary, David A. Drachsler, a former Labor Department attorney and past vice chairman of the Virginia Council on Human Rights, clarifies some statements made at a recent National Constitution Center event.
Today marks the 260th birthday of Alexander Hamilton. In a tribute to an essential, and controversial figure, Constitution Daily looks back at the papers that made Hamilton our “founding blogger.”