In The News
A high school teacher and active re-enactor writes about teaching the Civil War and avoiding “the theory of absolutes.”
The U.S. Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to resolve a conflict between Circuit Courts of Appeal as to the constitutionality of extended GPS searches.
The National Day of Prayer has been observed by every president since Truman. But is it constitutional?
PJP PARTICIPANT JEFF GREENFIELD IMAGINES: WHAT IF WE HAD CAPTURED — NOT KILLED — OSAMA BIN LADEN AND THEN TRIED HIM IN THE FEDERAL COURTS?
In a fanciful, but compelling, column for the Washington Post, PJP Participant Jeff Greenfield, a former network news correspondent for CBS and ABC, fantasies over what could have transpired if the Navy SEALS had captured the al Qaeda leader. His discussion touches on a lot of tantalizing topics. For instance, if bin Laden had surrendered… [Continue Reading]
2009 PJP Fellow Dorothoy Parvaz, who has been missing since she arrived in Damascus, Syria, on April 29 is being held by the Syrian government. Parvaz, who works for Al Jazeera English was there to report on the government protests. An update about her situation can be read here and here. For immediate updates on… [Continue Reading]