On the occasion of Millard Fillmore’s 216th birthday, Constitution Daily looks back at a forgotten President and his role in the crisis that led to the Civil War.
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On January 6, 1919, Theodore Roosevelt died suddenly in his sleep at the age of 60. Overlooked now is that fact that the former President was expected to run again for a third term the following year.
A former Romney and Bush adviser is the latest political observer to lay out the possibilities of a chaotic Cleveland convention for the Republicans this summer.
Can a public school high school student be suspended for critically rapping about teachers outside of school? A case heading toward a Supreme Court private conference could draw a new First Amendment boundary.
This weekend, veteran political journalist Jeff Greenfield said that some GOP insiders are theorizing about a third-party candidate to oppose Donald Trump, if he wins the Republican nomination. By any means, that scenario is complicated but with some precedent.