What’s at stake in Torres v. Madrid
This New Deal Precedent May Decide the Fate of Elizabeth Warren's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
What’s at stake in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
What’s at stake in Michigan v. Wood
The framers of the Constitution were quite right that wars should be difficult to start and easy to end.
It's crucial to get the constitutional text and history straight.
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Sarah Sanders 'Can't Think of Anything Dumber Than Allowing Congress To Take Over Our Foreign Policy'
The former press secretary thinks abiding by the Constitution would be the worst thing for America right now.
“If the Court is serious about protecting freedom of expression, we should grant review.”
An important development in the legal wrangling over the separation of powers.
The legendary jurist and champion of "originalism" who withdrew his name from Supreme Court consideration weighs in on Donald Trump's impeachment, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, and his upcoming PBS series on the Constitution.
Unfortunately, rather than challenging Warren on the constitutionality of her plans, Biden is imitating them, at least when it comes to the assault on the First Amendment.
SCOTUS Debates Whether the Right to Trial by Jury Should Mean the Same Thing in State and Federal Court
Understanding what’s at stake in Ramos v. Louisiana.
Putting up with some drag-queen storytelling seems like a small price to pay to live in a relatively free society.
The Democratic presidential field is not interested in your puny restraints on the executive branch.
The Founders Were Flawed. The Nation Is Imperfect. The Constitution Is Still a 'Glorious Liberty Document.'
As part of its ambitious “1619” inquiry into the legacy of slavery, The New York Times revives false 19th century revisionist history about the American founding.
His border lawlessness keeps growing
An amendment to this year's military spending bill says the president must go to Congress before launching another war.
It's an unconventional approach befitting of an unconventional presidential candidate.
“Our role is to enforce the Takings Clause as written.”
Both the libertarian-leaning Republican and the democratic socialist want Trump to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria.
The nation's force mustered in service of the nation's will.
It's an attempt to make an end-run around congressional spending authority.
Bargaining over policy is supposed to be frustrating. That's a feature, not a bug, of limited government.
Compelled use of facial and finger recognition features runs afoul of the Fifth Amendment.
Two brothers were arrested at a Giants-49ers game after cursing out and flipping off the Giants players. Now they're suing.
Legal scholar Eric Segall argues originalism doesn't qualify as a constitutional theory because originalists disagree on too many things. His case is overstated. But if it's correct, the same criticism applies to living constitutionalism.
Living constitutionalists argue that their methodology allows us to improve constitutional law over time. But what if it actually makes it worse? Legal scholar Ernest Young raises that very question in an important new article.
On Tuesday, voters in six states approved Crime Victims' Rights Amendments, continuing a long-term trend towards expanding the crime victim's role in the criminal justice process
President Trump's hardline immigration stances have made for some polarizing debates.
Rep. Justin Amash Slams Trump's Birthright Citizenship Threat: POTUS Can't 'Amend Constitution' With Executive Order
At least one Republican congressman agrees.
First thoughts on Jonathan Gienapp's The Second Creation: Fixing the American Constitution in the Founding Era
The 13th Amendment outlaws slavery, but not for prison inmates.
Rosenstein was not happy with how Trump handled the James Comey firing.
The U.S. Constitution was signed on this day 231 years ago.