2014 Liberty Medal Speakers and Performers Announced

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Video: Richard Brookhiser on Abraham Lincoln

Liberty rising, from Philadelphia to Eidsvoll

Remembering the other important Lincoln in American history

Supreme Court allows Texas voter ID law, for now

Holiday Week at the National Constitution Center

Bill of Rights Day at the Museum

Thanksgiving Weekend: The Bill of Rights

Veterans Day November 11, 2014

Podcast: The real scoop on “The Roosevelts”

From the Liberty Medal to the Nobel Peace Prize

Professor tries Hail Mary pass to shut down Redskins nickname

Your constitutional rights during an Ebola (or other) outbreak

Two programs on James Madison next Thursday, October 30, 2014

Constitution Check: Should a law that is ruled unconstitutional be enforced?

Does Philly, and not Boston, deserve credit as the Tea Party birthplace?

Richard Brookhiser: Abraham Lincoln, Founders’ Son

How experts determine if Obama, others are “best presidents”

Where would we be without George Washington?

When dentists meet the Sherman Antitrust Act

Constitution Cafe: Taxation without representation?

Podcast: The real scoop on “The Roosevelts”

The Forgotten Presidents

2014 Liberty Medal Nominee Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Edward Larson: The Return of Washington

Malala Yousafzai receives Liberty Medal on Tuesday

Five other days that could be proposed as federal holidays

Why Columbus Day isn’t really a national holiday

Forgotten facts about George Washington’s private life

Voter ID laws take hits in Texas, Wisconsin

The Supreme Court tackles prison beards and religious liberty

The Supreme Court tackles prison beards and religious liberty

Podcast: The Supreme Court tackles prison beards and religious liberty

Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest Nobel Laureate ever

Why the Supreme Court beard case matters

Monaco’s twin constitutional succession situation

Constitution Check: Is the Supreme Court changing its mind on same-sex marriage?

IQ2US Debate Mass Collection of Phone Records Violates the Fourth Amendment

Video: Intelligence Squared U.S. debates the Fourth Amendment

Should seats on the Supreme Court be left to the president’s party alone?

Does Ted Cruz’s proposed amendment protect some gay marriages?

Worker pay, jury duty at the Supreme Court today

Video: Annette Gordon-Reed talks Jefferson and slavery

IQ2US Debate: Phone records and the Fourth Amendment

On FDR as a man of the people

Video: Richard Brookhiser on Abraham Lincoln, Founders’ Son

Constitution Check: The legal battle over same-sex marriage is over – or is it?

Lessons from our nation’s Founders on the bulk collection of U.S. phone records

Video: Who are the Forgotten Presidents?

Broken lights and the Fourth Amendment

The Forgotten Presidents

Edward Larson: The Return of Washington

For now, same-sex marriages are legal for majority of Americans

Supreme Court denies seven same-sex marriage petitions

Millard Fillmore: A President who faced a terrible personal conflict

Supreme Court starts new term with beard, traffic stop cases

Obama should consider investing in his presidential legacy

Rutherford B. Hayes: An OK President but a hero in Paraguay

Should Justice Ginsburg retire? Debating term limits for the Supreme Court

Eastman and Hasen on the Voting Rights debate

Eastman and Hasen on the Voting Rights debate

Eastman and Hasen on the Voting Rights debate

Podcast: Eastman and Hasen on the Voting Rights debate

The Supreme Court to look behind the “safe seats” issue

Franklin Pierce’s strained constitutional legacy

Two little known statutes may make religious belief superior to the law of the land

Surveillance and executive power

Jeffrey Rosen and author Geoffrey Ward on “The Roosevelts”

Video: Geoffrey Ward on “The Roosevelts”

Annette Gordon-Reed: The Contradictions of Jefferson

Supreme Court takes no action on same-sex marriage cases, for now

Looking at gay marriage petitions in front of the Supreme Court

Challenging the NSA’s ‘Orwellian’ phone-records program

GEOFFREY C. WARD: REVISITING THE ROOSEVELTS

John Tyler’s stormy start to a mostly forgotten presidency

Why ending metadata collection is ‘privacy theater’

The legacy of John Marshall’s Supreme Court

IQ2US Debate October 7, 2014

Boy Scout Day April 19, 2015

Boy Scout Day March 14, 2015

Boy Scout Day November 15, 2014

Girl Scout Day March 28, 2015

Girl Scout Day November 8, 2014

IQ2US Debate: Phone Records and the 4th Amendment at the Constitution Center

Jeffrey Rosen explains the Supreme Court’s ruling on early voting in Ohio

Constitution Check: Is there a right to vote before election day?

English votes for English laws?

Annette Gordon-Reed: The Contradictions of Jefferson

The Forgotten Presidents October 6, 2014 at 12 p.m

Does a judge’s opinion affect her decision?

Jeffrey Rosen interviews Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Jeffrey Rosen interviews Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Museum Programs Demonstrator

Supreme Court considers same-sex marriage, other petitions today

Historian Edward J. Larson and the National Review’s Richard Brookhiser at the Constitution Center

‘Ask Jeff’ about the Bill of Rights

Video: Jeffrey Rosen and Ed Felten discuss technology and the Constitution

Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Theodore McKee on student free speech

How will the Senate confirm a new Attorney General?

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