Narrowing the voter discrimination issues at stake in Shelby County v. Holder
On the Newsstand:Constitution
The New York Times asks: was the three-fifths compromise in the Constitution really as necessary as we are taught?
The NRA's stubborn refusal to be a part of the solution puts the Second Amendment at risk.
If everything goes according to plan, a 51-star flag will be raised over the Capitol on July 4, 2013.
Abigail Fisher should make her case before the Legislature of Texas, not the Supreme Court of the United States.
The Federal Government seeks the five votes necessary to uphold the Affordable Care Act.
The American experimentation with democracy, for all its novelty and nonviolent advancements, was nonetheless riddled with major flaws.
The recent debate over contraception in the United States demonstrates just how far politicians on both sides of the political spectrum have strayed in their understanding of freedom of religion.
Ron Paul's unique and genuinely interesting candidacy deserves all the sympathy it can get from both sides of the aisle – especially during a primary season light on dissent, ideological diversity, and intellectual rigor.