Former congressman and failed Senate candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke questioned the relevance of the United States Constitution in a recent interview with the Washington Post.
A Wednesday op-ed in the Atlantic by Warton School professor Eric W. Orts claims the current trendy liberal constitutional gripe—the disproportionality of the U.S. Senate—can be fixed with one easy law. All you have to do is pass one statute and big states like California can have twelve senators and small states like Vermont only one. This …
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case which could have a profound impact on the ability of states to seize the property of ordinary citizens.
Former President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that identity politics originated with the Founding Fathers and charged that the United States suffered from “great smugness” after the Cold War.
A newly filed lawsuit alleges a Wisconsin community college violated the First Amendment rights of one of its students when it prevented her from handing out religious-themed Valentine’s Day cards earlier this year.
A radical proposal to divide California into three separate states will appear on the ballot across the Golden State in November.