Today we celebrate the ratification of not one, but two constitutional amendments: the 20th Amendment (ratified January 23, 1933) and the 24th Amendment (ratified January 23, 1964). Here’s what you need to know.
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The White House is doing its own version of Big Block of Cheese Day on Wednesday, where citizens get to ask the administration questions about almost anything on social media. But did you know there were not one, but two, historical “big cheeses” this media event is based on?
How far can a President go against the wishes of Congress by using an executive order? Back on this day in 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt tested his constitutional powers by protecting the Grand Canyon using a legal loophole.
The people have spoken: It’s time to reveal the five most-viewed stories on Constitution Daily for the entire year of 2014!
Today marks the birthday of perhaps the most-maligned president in American history. But was Andrew Johnson really that bad, or just the target of some second-guessing historians?