Jay and Luke examine Thomas Jefferson. Simultaneously the rhetorician of American equality and a lover of the trappings of aristocracy, Jefferson remains a hard man to pin down.
Jay and Luke look at the life and political career of George Washington, with a particular emphasis on how his experience during the Revolutionary War created in him a strong ...
Jay and Luke dig through the twisted, confusing, and occasionally sordid history of campaign finance to tell you why McCain-Feingold was a terrible law.
Jay and Luke have a look at how we wound up with the unusual primary system we have today.
Jay and Luke are back, this time discussing the future structure of this very podcast and giving a deep explanation of impeachment.
Jay and Luke dive headfirst into the Louisiana Purchase to explore the battle over the Elastic Clause.
In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the origins of judicial review.
In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the election of 1800.
In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798.
Jay and Luke discuss the foreign crisis of 1793 to 1795 and its impact on the development of executive power.