Podcast: Split in Obamacare cases could send them to Supreme Court

July 24, 2014

Leading experts Michael Cannon and Nicholas Bagley join the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen to discuss the two latest Obamacare cases, Halbig and King, which could be accepted by the Supreme Court in another test of the health-care law.


Experts debate partisanship and the Roberts Supreme Court

July 14, 2014

National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen moderates an Aspen Institute panel discussion on the Supreme Court’s just-concluded term, featuring Sherrilyn Ifill, Neal Katyal and Theodore B. Olson. Recorded on July 2, 2014.


Experts talk about the Founders on a personal level

July 10, 2014

What were George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and James Madison really like? Four noted authorities discuss the Founders in detail, in discussions held at America’s Town Hall at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.


The Court’s controversial Hobby Lobby decision

June 30, 2014

The Supreme Court has finally ruled in the Hobby Lobby case, and Ilya Shapiro from the Cato Institute and David H. Gans from the Constitutional Accountability Center join our podcast series to analyze a big decision about religious rights for corporations.


Experts debate if teacher tenure is unconstitutional

June 26, 2014

The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen is joined by two attorneys involved in the California teacher tenure case to discuss its constitutional implications.


Lead attorneys debate Supreme Court cellphone cases

June 25, 2014

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled that all Americans have Fourth Amendment rights to protect their cellphones from unwarranted search by the police. The two attorneys who argued the case, California Solicitor General Edward DuMont and Stanford Law School professor Jeffrey Fisher, joined the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen to discuss.


Podcast: Jeffrey Rosen answers your constitutional questions

June 19, 2014

National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen explains what happens inside the Supreme Court and the limits of the Court’s powers in a special podcast.


Podcast: Did President Obama violate the Constitution in the Bergdahl case?

June 12, 2014

Leading experts Eric Posner and Ilya Somin debate if President Barack Obama had a constitutional right to approve U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s recent release from captivity, without notifying Congress.


Podcast: The real purpose of the Second Amendment

June 6, 2014

What did the Founding Fathers really intend when they crafted the Second Amendment? Two leading experts with opposing views, Michael Waldman and Alan Gura, debate the topic in a spirited discussion with Jeffrey Rosen at the National Constitution Center.


Podcast: Times reporter faces jail for protecting source

June 2, 2014

The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen is joined by Ted Boutrous and Randall Eliason to discuss New York Times reporter James Risen’s failed Supreme Court appeal, and why Risen faces jail for protecting a source.