Following the midterm elections, it appears the party in power will retain control of the U.S. Senate, and leaders are not wasting any time.
The 5th Circuit upheld Judge Wayne Mack’s practice of recognizing volunteer chaplains who open court sessions with a brief invocation.
National Constitution Center Touts Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices, But They’re Still a Bad Idea
A recent report debates the pros and cons of judicial term limits and other radical reforms to the Constitution.
Life tenure for Supreme Court justices is essential to ensure judicial independence. Judicial term limits would destroy one of the hallmark features built into our system of government.
The U.S. Constitution is the world’s longest surviving written charter of government. It is only fitting that we commemorate it.