Today we celebrate the anniversary of the 22nd Amendment (ratified in1951). Here’s what you need to know.
Here's another addition we'd love to see on "America's Got Talent": U.S. presidents. Although the historical presidents might be tricky, here are five presidents that should be at the top of the audition list.
The justices have the power to declare the law unconstitutional and thereby kill "Obamacare" before it even leaves the birthing chamber. While some believe that such an outcome would be proper, we disagree.
As this year's erratic winter temperatures give way to March and the warmth of spring, Pisces's malleable nature is thriving.
If the framers of the Constitution were a baseball team, who would they be and what position would they play?
As America remembers her greatest presidents, it’s worth reflecting on the presidency itself, both to celebrate its glories and to ponder its glitches.
The Framers regarded Congress as so important they put it first, as Article I, Section 1. What was seen then as the keystone of republican government is now widely regarded as the “broken branch.”
As the power and status of the United States has increased in the 225 years since the Constitution was signed, what’s at stake every four years has only risen.
The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787, so 2012 marks the 225th anniversary of this remarkable document.
It was just as challenging for the 18th-century authors of the Constitution, as it is for us today.