We’d like to recap the 25th Amendment here to explain how it works—and why it very likely doesn’t.
States differ a lot in regard to their requirements, if any, for civics education and whether kids even learn about the Constitution.
The final Blog-a-Fault-Line contest winner! High Schooler Gabriel Quiroga discusses presidential pardons.
The second of the Blog-a-Fault-Line contest winners! High Schooler Alexander Kosyakov discusses constitutional crisis.
The first of the Blog-a-Fault-Line contest winners! High Schooler Boris Ardemasov discusses the Constitution’s failure to address slavery.
Because of the president’s ability to veto legislation, some people argue that we actually have a tricameral system—two houses to pass bills and one person to keep them from becoming law.