On March 24, 2105, author Charles Slack spoke about the pivotal events around the 1798 Sedition Act, as the Founding Fathers struggled to define America and preserve the freedoms they had fought to create.
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The highest court in the land of toys isn’t the Supreme Court, it’s apparently Lego, which won’t allow Supreme Court figurines in a play set because they are considered too “political.”
Abraham Lincoln’s two inaugural speeches were both historic and prophetic, and both given on March 4th. Read some of the highlights of these landmark addresses.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will try to determine if an employer can be held liable for refusing to hire an applicant based on a religious practice, if that employer isn’t given direct notice from an applicant that a religious accommodation is needed.
In high-profile cases, a routine question is whether or not a jury can be “impartial” as required by the Sixth Amendment. But what happens if Hollywood takes interest in the story?