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James Madison’s Essays Became the Foundation for Separating Church and State.
Among the constitutional amendments, the First is the most sacred. Its guarantees of the freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and the right to petition have made American shores a ...
February 13, 2023
Andrew Benson Brown
‘Lady Presidentess’ Dolley Madison: Gregarious, Influential, and Cool-Headed
Dolley Madison, wife of the fourth president, James Madison, had more than a few things in common with ...
October 18, 2022
Deena C. Bouknight
If Walls Could Talk: Touring James Madison’s Virginia Family Home at Montpelier
“Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves ...
October 13, 2022
Little Big Man: Some Lessons From ‘The Father of the Constitution’
At first glance, James Madison (1751–1836) appeared unimpressive. A second glance would likely produce the same result. He ...
September 13, 2022
Allegedly Made from James Madison’s Cedar Tree, This One-of-a-Kind Heirloom Table is a Homage to the American Constitution
Eric Horton, manager of the Klingspor’s Woodworking Shop in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was in for a surprise the ...
July 11, 2022
Hamilton: Statesmanship at the Service of a Natural Rights Republic
Commentary In recent years, American civic culture has suffered deep cleavages. Civil conversations have been poisoned by battles ...
January 23, 2022
George Washington and Self-Government
Commentary As George Washington’s first presidential administration, the first term of government under the United States Constitution, neared ...
January 20, 2022
William B. Allen
Madison’s 5 Lessons for Overcoming Polarization
Commentary There has never been a time when our nation wasn’t divided by partisanship. Yet some eras are ...
November 13, 2021
Montpelier: Founding Father James Madison’s Virginia Home
Montpelier, the lifelong plantation-style home of James Madison, founding father, diplomat, and fourth president of the United States, ...
July 5, 2021
COVID-19, Madison, and the Consequence of Crisis Legislation
Commentary In Federalist Paper 62, James Madison wrote, “It will be of little avail to the people, that ...
March 24, 2020
Thinking With Justin Amash
Commentary On July 4, Rep. Justin Amash declared his independence from his political party. Having been a Republican ...
July 5, 2019
Gary L. Gregg
The Constitution and Establishment of Religion
Commentary On June 20, 2019, the Supreme Court held that spending public funds to maintain a 40-foot Christian ...
July 5, 2019
Supreme Court Hears Cases on Gerrymandering in 2 States
WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court appeared divided on March 26 about separate legal challenges to the state electoral maps of ...
March 26, 2019
Book Review: ‘The Quartet’
Author Joseph J. Ellis challenges readers of "The Quartet" to expand their classroom knowledge of America’s founding.
September 4, 2015
Nashville School Shooter Planned to Hit Other Targets, Police Believe
Study: One Bacteria May Trigger Fatty Liver Disease
US Halts Nuclear Arsenal Information Exchange With Russia
Arkansas Sues Meta, TikTok for Designing ‘Addictive’ Platforms, Exposing Personal Data
Mayorkas Says He’s ‘Not Aware’ Cartels Using Illegal Immigrants to Distract Border Agents
The Guardian Newspaper Apologises for Slavery Links
Daniel Y. Teng
DOJ Memos Dissuaded Marshals From Arresting Protestors at SCOTUS Justices’ Homes: Republican Senator
Tennessee Mourns Day After Nashville Christian School Shooting
Twitter Restricts Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Account After ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ Post
Mimi Nguyen Ly
China Spent $240 Billion Bailing Out ‘Belt and Road’ Countries, Study Shows