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Constitutionally Speaking
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How does the U.S. Constitution work?

Latest Episodes

Money, Money, Money

Jay and Luke dig through the twisted, confusing, and occasionally sordid history of campaign finance to tell you where we are, how we got here, and why McCain-Feingold was a terrible law. From Martin Van Buren to Citizens United, get the full picture with this episode of Constitutionally Speaking.

96 MINJUL 31
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Money, Money, Money

How Did We Get Here, Primarily Speaking?

Description: Jay and Luke have a look at how we wound up with the unusual primary system we have today. Ever since John Adams, America's constitutional system for selecting the president has created tensions and frustrations. Indeed, it's not too much to say that America has never had a particularly good method for choosing the president. What did the Framers miss about parties and factions that created this problem? How have attempts to fix it only made it worse? From Martin Van Buren to George McGovern, this wide-ranging episode covers a lot of history with a relevance to today.

63 MINJUL 19
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How Did We Get Here, Primarily Speaking?

The Unimpeachable Return

Jay and Luke are back, this time discussing the future structure of this very podcast and giving a deep explanation of impeachment.

60 MINJUN 27
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The Unimpeachable Return

Just How Elastic Is the Elastic Clause?

Jay and Luke dive headfirst into the Louisiana Purchase to explore the battle over the Elastic Clause.

83 MINMAR 27
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Just How Elastic Is the Elastic Clause?

Who Reviews: Marbury v. Madison and the Marshall Court

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the origins of judicial review.

77 MINMAR 15
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Who Reviews: Marbury v. Madison and the Marshall Court

The Revolution of 1800

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the Election of 1800. This contest, pitting Thomas Jefferson against John Adams, is not simply important because it was the first time power transferred from one party to another. It also marked the first time a party organization was integral in bringing about a victory for a candidate.

69 MINFEB 27
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The Revolution of 1800

The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798.

67 MINFEB 15
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The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

Constitutional Moments: Last Treaty in Paris

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the foreign crisis of 1793 to 1795 and its impact on the development of executive power.

92 MINFEB 1
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Constitutional Moments: Last Treaty in Paris

Special Episode: Hamilton and the Free Press

In this special episode, Luke speaks to the First Families and St. Andrew's Society of New York at the Down Town Association. His speech covers Alexander Hamilton's attitude towards the free press.

45 MINJAN 23
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Special Episode: Hamilton and the Free Press

A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Ninth and Tenth Amendments

In this final episode from our Bill of Rights series, Jay and Luke read the Ninth Amendment and Tenth Amendments together, trace the political fight between Federalists and Antifederalists underlying these amendments, and show how they frame the relationship between the people, the states, and the federal government.

72 MINJAN 14
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A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Ninth and Tenth Amendments

Latest Episodes

Money, Money, Money

Jay and Luke dig through the twisted, confusing, and occasionally sordid history of campaign finance to tell you where we are, how we got here, and why McCain-Feingold was a terrible law. From Martin Van Buren to Citizens United, get the full picture with this episode of Constitutionally Speaking.

96 MINJUL 31
Comments
Money, Money, Money

How Did We Get Here, Primarily Speaking?

Description: Jay and Luke have a look at how we wound up with the unusual primary system we have today. Ever since John Adams, America's constitutional system for selecting the president has created tensions and frustrations. Indeed, it's not too much to say that America has never had a particularly good method for choosing the president. What did the Framers miss about parties and factions that created this problem? How have attempts to fix it only made it worse? From Martin Van Buren to George McGovern, this wide-ranging episode covers a lot of history with a relevance to today.

63 MINJUL 19
Comments
How Did We Get Here, Primarily Speaking?

The Unimpeachable Return

Jay and Luke are back, this time discussing the future structure of this very podcast and giving a deep explanation of impeachment.

60 MINJUN 27
Comments
The Unimpeachable Return

Just How Elastic Is the Elastic Clause?

Jay and Luke dive headfirst into the Louisiana Purchase to explore the battle over the Elastic Clause.

83 MINMAR 27
Comments
Just How Elastic Is the Elastic Clause?

Who Reviews: Marbury v. Madison and the Marshall Court

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the origins of judicial review.

77 MINMAR 15
Comments
Who Reviews: Marbury v. Madison and the Marshall Court

The Revolution of 1800

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the Election of 1800. This contest, pitting Thomas Jefferson against John Adams, is not simply important because it was the first time power transferred from one party to another. It also marked the first time a party organization was integral in bringing about a victory for a candidate.

69 MINFEB 27
Comments
The Revolution of 1800

The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798.

67 MINFEB 15
Comments
The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

Constitutional Moments: Last Treaty in Paris

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the foreign crisis of 1793 to 1795 and its impact on the development of executive power.

92 MINFEB 1
Comments
Constitutional Moments: Last Treaty in Paris

Special Episode: Hamilton and the Free Press

In this special episode, Luke speaks to the First Families and St. Andrew's Society of New York at the Down Town Association. His speech covers Alexander Hamilton's attitude towards the free press.

45 MINJAN 23
Comments
Special Episode: Hamilton and the Free Press

A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Ninth and Tenth Amendments

In this final episode from our Bill of Rights series, Jay and Luke read the Ninth Amendment and Tenth Amendments together, trace the political fight between Federalists and Antifederalists underlying these amendments, and show how they frame the relationship between the people, the states, and the federal government.

72 MINJAN 14
Comments
A Republic, If You Can Keep It: The Ninth and Tenth Amendments
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