Garrett Epps is legal affairs editor of the Washington Monthly. He has taught constitutional law at American University, the University of Baltimore, Boston College, Duke, and the University of Oregon. He is the author of American Epic: Reading the U.S. Constitution.
Rep. Lauren Boebert and other members of the shoot-’em-up caucus think they have an unfettered right to pack heat in the Capitol and even in the House and Senate chambers. They don’t. Here’s why.
A primer on Section 3, the Constitutional words everyone is talking about.
We cling to Lincoln’s call for reconciliation but we need a government and an Attorney General Merrick Garland who will punish the domestic terrorists.
America survived the Trump era including its farcical last gasp. But, as two legal scholars explain, preserving freedom is complex.
The Texas Attorney General’s ridiculous, malevolent suit to throw out the ballots in four other states makes him more than a Trump stooge. He’s a legal menace.