It Was a Crime for Women to Cry at Funerals, and other “Fun” Laws From Ancient Rome

"Court Case Friday" I took all the "weird" classes in law school, like: "Nature of Legal Thinking," "Legal Anthropology," "Legal Philosophy," and "Roman Law." Here are some of my favorite laws from Ancient Rome. Women Crying at Funerals was a Crime Roman Funeral Throughout history, people believed that the more popular a person was, the … Continue reading It Was a Crime for Women to Cry at Funerals, and other “Fun” Laws From Ancient Rome

James Madison: Master of Compromise

James Madison justifiably earned the titles of “Father of the Constitution” and “Father of the Bill of Rights.” He was a true statesman. He always put the interests of the country first and foremost. He demonstrated, time and time again, that nothing is accomplished in government without compromise. The Constitution was the product of compromises The … Continue reading James Madison: Master of Compromise