Wisconsin has a new policy that hits protesters with fees--but does it violate their First Amendment rights?
The time to build a consensus ended in 2003 just prior to the massive real estate bubble blown as a result of terrible economic policy, writes our guest author.
We asked four Civility and Democracy panelists for their perspectives on the Wisconsin and government shutdowns in less than 250 words.
With all the lip-service being paid to the Constitution these days, you'd think unions would get a bit more respect. Without the sacrifices of union activists, the Constitution's promise of free speech might never have become a reality.