The diverse make-up of America allows for people of many faiths and backgrounds, and there is no official religion. Instead, there is the notion that there should be a distinct separation of church and state to accommodate everyone. However, this is open to debate, and some practices are questionable.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the land and has what is known as “original jurisdiction,” as stipulated by Article III, section 2, of the United States Constitution.
The United States is a nation that prides itself on being a land of freedom and opportunity for all people. Yet, many times, minorities have had to fight for their rights.
The Equal Protection Clause in the 14th Amendment should allow for equality for all, so what is the Equal Protection Clause, and how has it helped Americans?
Selective incorporation is the doctrine describing how the Bill of Rights imposes some limitations on the federal government and are also applied to states.
Article I, Section 5, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution grants the congressional bodies the authority to determine the rules of their proceedings and punish members for disobeying them. Censure and impeachment are some of the ways a house can punish its members.