The Supreme Court's assessment of gun rights has been largely shaped by originalist readings, but that doesn't necessarily settle the debate.
What role and responsibilities does American democracy assume of the minority party?
If voting in secret encourages members of Congress to vote their conscience, why shouldn't secret voting be the norm?
Is the filibuster the linchpin holding it all together or a relic from a bygone era holding us back?
On what grounds might barring a politician from ever running for public office again be justified?
Freedoms come with responsibilities and must be balanced against other moral values.
If we are to rise to the challenge presented by climate change, government must again become a tool for facilitating people's ability to act.
Can we justify the choice to make unofficial presidential polling data available to the masses while the result is still out?
Given the vital democratic role of the fourth estate, we need some way of making fact-based journalism widely available.
What have these past four years really meant for America's legacy? What is the way forward?