In February of 1789, George Washington was unanimously elected the first president of the United...
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featuring Karen Harned
On May 17, 2021 the Supreme Court decided BP P.L.C. v. Mayor and City Council...
featuring Kent Scheidegger
On May 17, 2021 the Supreme Court decided Edwards v. Vannoy. The issue was whether...
Short video featuring Gary Lawson
In an effort to pack the courts following the election of 1800, William Marbury was...
The FedSoc Films Podcast
One century ago, a national prohibition was legalized, lasting for 13 years. This episode is...