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Healing through Bipartisan Electoral College Reform

Healing through Bipartisan Electoral College Reform

Originally posted on The Federalist Society Blog The Electoral College, as outlined in Article II of the Constitution and the Twelfth Amendment, was designed by the Founders to prevent “tumult and disorder” in presidential elections, as well as “cabal, intrigue, and...
The Reindeer Rule: Lynch and Allegheny Explained

The Reindeer Rule: Lynch and Allegheny Explained

(Originally posted on The Federalist Society Blog) Rudolph, on this holiday, won’t you save the town display? In Lynch v. Donnelly (1984), the Supreme Court upheld a city’s Nativity scene, or “creche,” against an Establishment Clause challenge. Five...
Do Term Limits Make a Difference?

Do Term Limits Make a Difference?

Originally posted on The Federalist Society Blog According to Gallup in 2013 and Rasmussen in 2016, about 75% of voters support congressional term limits. But would they make a difference? Let’s look at how they have affected the presidency to get an idea of how they...