Ezekiel Emanuel, one of the principal architects of President Obama’s health care reform act, talks about the future of health care with the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen.
Bruce Ackerman from Yale Law and John C. Eastman from Chapman University School of Law join the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen for a discussion about recent same-sex marriage decisions in the lower courts, and the prospect for another historic Supreme Court case in the court’s next term.
Does the Supreme Court need to offer better guidance about the right to carry a handgun outside your home for self-defense reasons? Lawrence E. Rosenthal from Chapman University and Ilya Shapiro from the Cato Institute join our Jeffrey Rosen to discuss this Second Amendment issue.
National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen joins Kent Scheidegger from the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation and Lee Kovarsky from the University of Maryland School of Law to discuss a significant case involving the Eighth Amendment and capital punishment, which the Supreme Court will hear in March.
How do American citizens, even as enemy combatants, enjoy the constitutional protection of due process in drone attacks? Joining us to discuss this current topic are Jonathan Hafetz from Seton Hall Law and John Yoo from the University of California Berkeley Law School, in a conversation moderated by the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen.
Chris Edelson of American University and Lou Fisher of the Constitution Project join National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen to examine the constitutional issues about the President's power to take military action without a formal Congressional war declaration.
The topic of income inequality and the Constitution is a hot one in public policy circles. Joining our Jeffrey Rosen to discuss the constitutional aspects of the issue are William Forbath from the University of Texas- Austin School of Law and Stephen B. Presser from Northwestern University Law.
Peter Swire of the White House NSA Review Board, Anita Allen of the University of Pennsylvania, and Charlie Savage of the New York Times join Jeffrey Rosen to discuss government surveillance, past and future.
Tim Wu from Columbia Law and Stuart Benjamin from Duke Law join the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen for a fascinating discussion about net neutrality, and the First Amendment issues related to the ability of Internet service providers to block content.
Floyd Abrams has litigated the most controversial and compelling First Amendment cases to appear before the court in recent years. In this hour-long interview, he speaks about his memoir, Friend of the Court: On the Front Lines with the First Amendment.