Putting criticisms of the Senate, Electoral College, and Supreme Court in perspective.
Ted Cruz's Legally Groundless Challenge to Biden's Electoral Votes Was a Disgrace That Should Follow Him Forever
Cruz plunged into the constitutional abyss while Rand Paul stepped back, refusing to sacrifice democracy and the rule of law.
'Our Democracy Would Enter a Death Spiral': McConnell Rebukes Electoral Challenge Minutes Before Protesters Storm Capitol
The warning came a bit too late.
Wild scenes are unfolding at the U.S. Capitol, which is now on lockdown amid clashes between pro-Trump protestors and police.
Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) called his colleagues' bluff yesterday.
The strategy of lodging objections under the Electoral Count Act has been tried before, but it has never succeeded.
The president and his diehard allies in Congress continue to insist the election was stolen.
Richard Epstein vs. Lawrence Lessig
Law professors Richard Epstein and Lawrence Lessig go head-to-head.
Those of you who dislike the Electoral College should find this idea of interest
The Court could have, and probably should have, pushed these cases over to the 2020-21 Term
A recently-filed cert petition gives the Court a good opportunity to rule on the constitutional role of presidential electors
The socialist candidate fails to grapple with why we have the Electoral College in the first place.
It's time to put the myth of electoral bias out of its misery.
The popular vote doesn't matter, so why continue pretending that it does? It only causes confusion and frustration. There's better ways.
In the unlikely event of a large revolt of "faithless electors," Congress will still make Trump president.
Liberal Celebrity Videos Failed to Stop Donald Trump, But Trump's Victory Has Failed to Stop Liberal Celebrity Videos
Martin Sheen, Moby, and others beg "Hamilton Electors" to stop Trump from taking the White House in earnest, incoherent video.
Desperate Democrats would subvert the Constitution to deny Donald Trump the Oval Office.
When electors defect
This outdated system gives him no reason to care about offending states he can't possibly win.
A compact between several states will award their electoral votes to the popular vote once they have enough to secure the election
75 percent would also vote for term limits
Will conservatives still favor it if Democrats win the White House despite losing the popular vote?