You might get a laugh out of this imaginary exchange about the Second Amendment between James Madison and Thomas Jefferson.
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In the first decade-plus of its history, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down zero congressional enactments.
Out of the 43 pre-Obama presidents (counting Grover Cleveland twice), just 11 served eight years.
Yep, the whole thing. Or at least its ratification was illegal.
States could pass laws pledging that they will award all of their electoral votes to whichever candidate wins the national popular vote.
Harvard’s Jane Mansbridge makes the case that doing nothing does do something — and it’s not good.