Constitution Daily

Smart conversation from the National Constitution Center

Jon Stewart’s departure is the end of an era in American satire

August 7, 2015 By Louis Gentilucci

After a sixteen-year reign, Jon Stewart of the Daily Show has abdicated his throne behind the news desk.

Is the Supreme Court the ‘sick man’ of the Constitution?

July 30, 2015 By Louis Gentilucci

An increasing number of prominent politicians in both parties are bashing the Supreme Court on a regular basis.

Looking back: Famous Supreme Court dissents

July 29, 2015 By Louis Gentilucci

Even before the Obergefell v. Hodges decision by the Supreme Court in June, Justice Antonin Scalia has become quite famous for his blistering dissents. But he is not the only Justice famous for dissenting opinions.

The day the Constitution was adopted

June 25, 2015 By Louis Gentilucci

On June 21, 1788, New Hampshire became the critical ninth state to ratify the Constitution.

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