Jan 19, 2016 by Chance Layton |
Spiked releases a report on Free Speech University Rankings.
May 06, 2015 by Peter Wood |
People are putting words in the mouth of the Constitution.
Jul 24, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |
Christina Hoff Sommers places the immigration debate in the context of a national dearth of civic knowledge.
Mar 28, 2013 by Robert Heidt |
Did a Reconstruction-era Supreme Court decision restrict legal remedies for African Americans?
Mar 21, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |
Is gridlock in our poitical system accidental or innate?
Jan 18, 2013 by Jonathan Bean |
Jonathan Bean responds to NAS's recent report on Two Texas Universities' U.S. History Courses. He's not optimistic about history education.
Nov 19, 2012 by NAS |
Scholars offer preliminary thoughts on the Sixth Circuit Appeals Court ruling overturning a voter approved ban on affirmative action policies.
Nov 15, 2012 by William H. Young |
William Young compares traditional republican governmental principles with the current democratic engagement initiatives promoted on college campuses.
Feb 28, 2012 by Glenn Ricketts |
John Rosenberg dissects the "diversity' policies at the University of Texas now under scrutiny by the SCOTUS.
Jun 10, 2011 by David F. Forte |
David F. Forte provides a detailed legal history of originalism and investigates whether, and to what extent, originalism is a part of law school teaching on the Constitution. This article appears in the summer 2011 issue of Academic…
Jun 02, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |
A college student's view of how to improve public understanding of the Electoral College
Jun 01, 2011 by |
Chris Long tells about ISI's mission to reach today's college students.
May 25, 2011 by Robert H. Bork |
This introduction by Robert H. Bork to Constitutional originalism appeared in the summer 2011 "Hard Cases: America's Law Schools" issue of Academic Questions (vol. 24, no. 2).
Aug 24, 2010 by Ashley Thorne |
Check out our list of excellent programs as we add new ones at Indiana and Richmond.
Aug 09, 2010 by Christina Jeffrey |
Christina Jeffrey argues that neither of the main political parties foster the serious study of the Constitution and the American Founding, and that the “Tea Party” movement offers a constructive alternative.