Issue: Constitutional Law

The Power of Independent Thinking


Showing 1 - 10 of 518 Results.

Concentrate Where the Murders Are Concentrated
What the Populists in Congress Get Right and Get Wrong
The Garage Papers
From Alger Hiss to Sandy Berger, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, it’s all about memory against forgetting.
South Carolina Lawmakers Bear Responsibility for Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling
South Carolinians need to rethink the way judges are selected.
Feds Are Profiting Off of Policy: Only Voters Can Stop Them
10 Steps to Save America
Yes, there is a way. But is there the will?
Analogical Reasoning and the Second Amendment
In historical inquiry, reasoning by analogy is a commonplace task for any lawyer or judge.
Should Courts Appoint Historians as Experts in Second Amendment Cases?
Courts, not “experts,” should say what the law is.
Did the Fourteenth Amendment Alter the Meaning of the Second Amendment?
1791, not 1868, is the key date for determining the original understanding of the Second Amendment.
When the Second Amendment’s Plain Text Covers Conduct, It Is Presumptively Protected

  • Catalyst
  • Beyond Homeless