SCOTUS: Electors' Primary Obligation is to The State and Their Party
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday that states may require presidential electors to cast their ballots for the candidate chosen by popular vote.
Are You Being Suckered by Fake News? 10 Tips to Avoid Misinformation Fallout
Access to factual information about current events and society’s trends and challenges is vital: You need a broad understanding of how the world is really working to increase your ability to move through it on your own terms.
Closed Primaries: The Parties' Most Effective Tool to Control (And Suppress) The Vote
The decades that followed saw various stratagems for impeding Black participation in the electoral process, particularly in the southern states – poll taxes, literacy tests, outright intimidation. The“white primary” was the most widespread device....
The Constitution: Not As Easy As It Looks
There is a good deal of mention of the Constitution on social media these days; frequently, in short, declarative sentences that express with certainty what the document means.