Calling all history buffs and legal theorists: You may find We the People of particular interest. This weekly podcast is produced by the National Constitution Center, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing "awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people," offering well-regarded visual tools and Educational Resources (featured in the 09-13-19 Scout Report). Hosted by the President of the National Constitution Center, We the People provides Constitutional insights on a variety of topics and feature stakeholders on all sides of the political spectrum. The 44 episodes (as of this write-up) offer in-depth discussions on constitutional clashes, civil rights, and constitutional legacy. Listeners will learn from experts in the field who explore the constitutional and historical dimensions of issues that are making headlines, covering ground from the Founding Fathers to the current Supreme Court. A new episode is released each week, and most are around an hour in length. Readers can stream episodes at the link above by clicking the "We the People" link under Podcasts, or subscribe to We the People via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and other platforms.