In The News
The Court actually has never said that falsity is never protected as a form of free speech.
Yesterday’s anniversary of the end of World War II had added importance for us at the National Constitution Center.
In a continuing series of posts, Lyle Denniston provides responses based on the Constitution and its history to public statements about the meaning of the Constitution and what duties it imposes or rights its protects. Today’s topic: corporate personhood. The constitutional claim: “Corporations are people, my friend….Of course they are…Everything corporations earn ultimately goes to… [Continue Reading]
What would the founding fathers say about a state that has seven electoral votes being the stepping stone in the nomination process?