Supreme Court Accepts Appeal In Recess Appointments Case

The Supreme Court accepts what will likely be one of the most important cases of its upcoming term.

Right of the People

Sharing some thoughts and soliciting feedback on what the 2nd amendment means.

Against the Electoral College II: Not As Framers Intended

In the first entry in this series we looked at a basic question of democratic theory. In this one, we look at whether the EC ever worked as the Framers intended.

Against the Electoral College I: Disparity Amongst Citizens

The first in a multi-part series on the Electoral College.

National Popular Vote Initiative Passes in Mass.

Massachusetts becomes the latest state to join in the National Popular Vote initiative.

The Founders and the Central Government

No, the founding fathers of the United States were not “very afraid of a central government.” Indeed, such an assertion makes no sense.