One of the oddest cases the Supreme Court decided today also should have been one of the simplest.
In today’s ruling in Kerry v. Din, Justice Scalia and Justice Breyer seem to agree on one curious point: They both refer to the Magna Carta without using the definite ...
Today, Britain, America, and other Anglosphere countries celebrate the 800th Anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta.
Magna Carta enumerated the rights of the people; the Constitution enumerates the powers of the government.
Magna Carta isn’t just about rights. It’s about limited government and liberty under law.
The Magna Carta matters to Americans because of the Marbury v. Madison decision that happened 588 years later.