National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen talks about a need for a commitment to nonpartisan constitutional education in our classrooms.
This week, scholars Josh Blackman and Michael Gerhardt will discuss on Twitter the constitutional aspects of issues arising at the Republican National Convention. Today, they look at the Republican Party’s concerns about next Supreme Court nominee.
In this commentary, Laura Little of Temple University's Beasley Law School explains how the presidential election will shape the nation's high court.
In this commentary, Jean Galbraith of the University of Pennsylvania Law School explains how the Constitution and other forces constrain the President in foreign affairs.
In this commentary, Paula Baker of The Ohio State University says the rich history of women in politics makes Hillary Clinton's candidacy seem less than earth-shaking.
In this commentary, William B. Allen of Michigan State University explores several ways a President can carry out the duties of his or her office.
In this commentary, George C. Edwards III of Texas A&M University argues that Presidents must be able to recognize and exploit opportunities for change.
In this commentary, Ron Formisano of the University of Kentucky traces the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders back to the Tea Party and Occupy movements.
In this commentary, Bruce Miroff of the University at Albany, SUNY, says the arc of the Democratic Party bends toward liberalism.
In this commentary, Elizabeth Wydra and Brianne Gorod of the Constitutional Accountability Center argue that Justice Scalia was right to look to the Constitution's text and history to understand its meaning.