Has the Second Amendment been adequately protected at the Supreme Court and in lower courts? Gun law experts Clark Neily and Adam Winkler join host Jeffrey Rosen to debate.
Breaking down all of the constitutional clauses, cases, and laws related to the president’s suggestion that he may declare a national emergency in order to build the wall, Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Professors Mark Tushnet and Sai Prakash.
Three distinguished (and unrelated) journalists—Jeff Goldberg, Jonah Goldberg, and Michelle Goldberg— join host Jeffrey Rosen to consider what James Madison might think of the media today.
Doris Kearns Goodwin sits down with Jeffrey Rosen to analyze the leadership qualities of four legendary presidents.
Emily Bazelon and Josh Blackman review the biggest constitutional debates of 2018.
Campaign finance law experts Rick Hasen and Brad Smith join host Jeffrey Rosen to detail Michael Cohen's crimes and the campaign finance laws at issue.
Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) sits down with Jeffrey Rosen to discuss the future of the Senate and why senators don’t debate anymore.
Is the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act unconstitutional? Offering the arguments on both sides, Josh Geltzer and Eric Posner join Jeffrey Rosen.
Lawyers on both sides of the Bladensburg Peace Cross case discuss it with Jeffrey Rosen and forecast its potential impact on how the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause is interpreted.
David French of National Review and Katie Fallow of the Knight First Amendment Institute join Jeffrey Rosen to discuss First Amendment cases in the courts today.