Mitt Romney is far from being the first serious Mormon candidate for president.
Last week, in response to those questioning his plans to have police remove the Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared that “the Constitution doesn’t protect tents…it protects speech and assembly.”
How do we reconcile the arrival of “drone wars” with the principles of a democratic republic?
At last week’s Republican debate in Florida, there were eight references to the Constitution.
Suddenly this summer the inn became the subject of a federal lawsuit and a vicious Internet posting campaign for its decision to deny a lesbian couple its grounds for their marriage rite.