What Roman Mars Can Learn About Con Law

By Roman Mars

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Reviews: 33
Episodes: 79


 Feb 12, 2023
would be better if it was not so biased.

allana
 Jan 18, 2023
I don't binge things but I binged this. Please keep making episodes.


 Nov 14, 2022


 Nov 23, 2021

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 Nov 13, 2021

Description

Professor Elizabeth Joh teaches Intro to Constitutional Law and most of the time this is a pretty straight forward job. But when Trump came into office, everything changed. During the four years of the Trump presidency, Professor Joh would check Twitter five minutes before each class to find out what the 45th President had said and how it jibes with 200 years of the judicial branch interpreting and ruling on the Constitution. Acclaimed podcaster Roman Mars (99% Invisible) was so anxious about all the norms and laws being tested in the Trump era that he asked his neighbor, Elizabeth, to explain what was going on in the world from a Constitutional law perspective. Even after Trump left office, there is still so much for Roman to learn. What Roman Mars Can Learn About Con Law is a weekly, fun, casual Con Law 101 class that uses the tumultuous activities of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches to teach us all about the US Constitution. All music for the show comes from Doomtree, an independent hip-hop collective and record label based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Episode Date
78- The Disqualification Clause
Dec 18, 2023
77- Gag
Nov 02, 2023
76- Margarine, Meadows, and Removal
Sep 19, 2023
75- Comstock Zombies
May 31, 2023
74- On the Eve of Trump's Arraignment
Apr 04, 2023
73- Lies, George Santos, and the 1st Amendment
Mar 17, 2023
72-Weddings, Websites, and Forced Speech
Feb 10, 2023
71- The War Between the States
Nov 27, 2022
70- Trump's Bet on Cannon
Oct 22, 2022
69- The Mar-a-Lago Warrant
Sep 10, 2022
68- The Longest Week
Aug 12, 2022
67- Jan 6 and the Evidence Against Trump
Aug 05, 2022
66- After Dobbs
Jun 29, 2022
65- The Second Amendment
Jun 07, 2022
64- Ethics and Masks
May 16, 2022
63- The Leaked Draft
May 04, 2022
62- On the Other End of the Line
Mar 31, 2022
61- Book Banning and the Constitution
Mar 02, 2022
60- The Administrative State
Feb 01, 2022
59- A Jurisprudence of Doubt
Dec 17, 2021
58- Executive Privilege, SB 8 update, and Rust
Nov 01, 2021
57- The Eastman Memo
Oct 06, 2021
56- Shadow Docket
Sep 09, 2021
55- Double Dose of Jacobson
Aug 03, 2021
54- Bong Hits for Jesus
Jul 02, 2021
53- Hate Crimes
May 31, 2021
52- Pattern and Practice
May 03, 2021
51- The Capitol Mob and their cell phones
Mar 27, 2021
50- Deplatforming and Section 230
Feb 27, 2021
49- Incitement
Jan 30, 2021
48- The Final Days
Dec 26, 2020
47- Lame Duck
Nov 26, 2020
46- Counting Votes
Oct 31, 2020
45- SCOTUS without RBG
Sep 26, 2020
44- The Hatch Act and The Election
Aug 29, 2020
43- The Trump SCOTUS Term
Aug 01, 2020
42- Police, Race, and Federalism
Jun 27, 2020
41- The Socially Distanced SCOTUS
May 30, 2020
40- Jacobson and COVID
Apr 24, 2020
39- Quarantine Powers
Mar 17, 2020
38- Prosecutorial Discretion
Feb 22, 2020
37- War Powers and Impeachment Update
Jan 25, 2020
36- Bribery
Dec 23, 2019
35- Confrontation Clause
Nov 15, 2019
34- Foreign Affairs
Oct 18, 2019
33- Obstruction
Sep 21, 2019
32- Contempt Power
May 13, 2019
31- Executive Privilege
Apr 18, 2019
30- The 25th Amendment
Dec 31, 2018
29- Birthright Citizenship and the 14th Amendment
Dec 04, 2018
28- Kavanaugh Special Episode
Oct 04, 2018
27- Treason
Sep 13, 2018
26- Roe
Aug 16, 2018
25- Justice Kennedy
Jul 06, 2018
24- Taking the Fifth
Jun 29, 2018
23- President Twitter and the First Amendment
Jun 09, 2018
22- Posse Comitatus
May 22, 2018
21- Attorney Client Privilege
Apr 27, 2018
20- Deadly Force
Mar 15, 2018
19- The Poisonous Tree
Feb 23, 2018
18- The Tenth Amendment
Feb 09, 2018
17- The 4th Amendment and the Border
Jan 25, 2018
16- Defamation
Jan 14, 2018
15- Challenge Coin
Dec 28, 2017
14- Prosecuting a President
Dec 14, 2017
13- Criminal Justice and the POTUS
Nov 18, 2017
12- Right to Dissent
Nov 02, 2017
11- War Powers
Oct 19, 2017
10- Impeachment
Oct 09, 2017
9- Commerce Clause
Aug 17, 2017
8- The Takings Clause
Aug 10, 2017
7- Recess Appointment Power
Aug 03, 2017
6- The Emoluments Clauses
Jul 20, 2017
5- Presidential Immunity
Jul 13, 2017
4- The Spending Clause
Jun 29, 2017
3- Pardon Power
Jun 22, 2017
2- The Appointments Clause and Removal Power
Jun 15, 2017
1- Judicial Legitimacy
Jun 08, 2017
0- Intro to What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law
Jun 08, 2017