Michael McConnell on the government’s role in safeguarding #religiousfreedom. #firstamendment

Michael McConnell on the government’s role in safeguarding #religiousfreedom. #firstamendment

The government cannot require cannot use The coercive power of the state to force People to express themselves to speak in A way which is contrary to their Conscience in this country we are Constantly refusing to do business with…

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#SCOTUS Justice Stephen G. Breyer on the words of the #Constitution applying to a changing world

#SCOTUS Justice Stephen G. Breyer on the words of the #Constitution applying to a changing world

Justice Stephen G. Breyer speaks on #AmericasTownHall with NCC President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen about the words of the Constitution applying to a changing world. And when these words are written they Have to be written in a way as…

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How has #socialmedia complicated public discourse in America? #freespeech

How has #socialmedia complicated public discourse in America? #freespeech

In conversation with The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg, President & CEO Jeffrey Rosen discusses the challenges that social media presents to the founders’ views of public discourse. Social media has obviously changed the Whole media landscape of public Discourse in a…

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Podcast | Lincoln, Democracy, and the American Experiment

Podcast | Lincoln, Democracy, and the American Experiment

In this episode of We the People, Jeffrey Rosen has a special one-on-one conversation with the historian Allen Guelzo on his new book Our Ancient Faith: Lincoln, Democracy, and the American Experiment. They discuss Lincoln’s powerful vision of democracy, revisit…

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Limits to #freespeech in Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation period of 2008

Limits to #freespeech in Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation period of 2008

Evan Mawarire explains how Zimbabwe’s 2008 monetary collapse affected his family and how freedom of speech regarding criticism of the government’s actions was limited. Uh Zimbabwe has been through multiple uh Collapses both economically and socially Our economy crashed so…

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Abraham Lincoln regarding the Northwest Ordinance as part of the #constitution

Abraham Lincoln regarding the Northwest Ordinance as part of the #constitution

Historian Sidney Blumenthal explains how Abraham Lincoln regarded the Northwest Ordinance as part of the Constitution and used it as precept for the abolition of slavery. Lincoln regarded the Northwest Ordinance Which banned slavery in that territory Including what became…

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Podcast | Founding Partisans: Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson, Adams & the Birth of American Politics

Podcast | Founding Partisans: Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson, Adams & the Birth of American Politics

On November 7, 2023, historians Carol Berkin, author of A Sovereign People: The Crises of the 1790s and the Birth of American Nationalism, and H.W. Brands, author of Founding Partisans: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, Adams, and the Brawling Birth of American…

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The surprising connection between individual rights in the #2ndamendment and #DredScott.

The surprising connection between individual rights in the #2ndamendment and #DredScott.

Rich Lowry explores a connection between an interpretation of the #2ndAmendment and Justice Taney’s decision in #DredScottVSandford. There was a brief parenthesis in American legal history where the meaning Of the second amendment was lost and Forgotten and obscured about…

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The National Security Constitution Today

The National Security Constitution Today

Join leading international and national security law experts, Harold Hongju Koh of Yale Law School, Deborah Pearlstein of Princeton University, and Matthew Waxman of Columbia Law School, for a conversation exploring the updated edition of Koh’s landmark book, The National…

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A Conversation on Black Leadership With Eddie Glaude Jr.

A Conversation on Black Leadership With Eddie Glaude Jr.

In celebration of Juneteenth, join political commentator and bestselling author Eddie Glaude Jr. for a discussion on his newest book. In We Are the Leaders We Have Been Looking For, Glaude explores how ordinary people, through the examples of leading…

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