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When Vice President Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton fought their legendary duel in Weehawken, New Jersey, both lost: Hamilton, the former Secretary of the Treasury, his life; Burr his future.
Constitution Check: Does the Constitution require voters not to debate and consider candidates’ religion?
The framers of the Constitution vigorously opposed religious tests or oaths for public office-holders.
It’s appropriate that the Federalist Papers, a series of essays promoting the ratification of the Constitution, was published during Scorpio’s reign.
A New York Times op-ed defended the use of close-doors talks for the congressional supercommittee. The framers of the Constitution might agree.
How do we reconcile the arrival of “drone wars” with the principles of a democratic republic?