Sorry folks for the mic issues.
Has Sandra Day O’Connor expressed regret for Bush v. Gore?
Would the National Popular Vote Compact be Constitutional? Article I, Section 10 says “No State shall . . . enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State . . .”
Any panel thoughts on the current situation with the NM primary election and the Republican Party lawsuit to prevent a full mail-in election? The NM Supreme Court ruling seems to follow the rule of law but to further a political agenda.
We're clearly realizing negative effects that were widely predicted when we removed civics education in public schools. Is CIR interested in approaching civics education to the general public? I mean, explicitly -- most of your programs approach this at least indirectly.
Good question from Neal.
It's been suggested that Trump's holding back of funding for WHO is an impeachable just as withholding aid to Ukraine. Your thoughts.
Lawfare has a good article on why the Wisconsin and Supreme Court rulings re the Wisconsin election were in fact decided wisely.
Transferring DoD funds to Wall-building is perhaps a closer analogy than Ukraine.
How will the appointment of judges under this administration have a negative long range impact on the rule of law nationally
Regarding civics education, I'm suggesting that CIR might approach filling a vacuum … instead of allowing disinformation warfare to fill it. (I realize CIR Board meetings is a better venue, and I don't need to pursue this further in this virtual meeting. Getting off my soapbox now.)
Thanks Neal, food for thought for sure!!!
Thanks, everyone. Great discussion!