he English department at Rutgers University, the eighth-oldest university in America, recently went woke. In an email obtained by The College Fix, Rebecca Walkowitz, English department chair, announced to faculty, staff and students that the department would implement a set of “anti-racist” initiatives. Lest the gullible be led astray by such anodyne phraseology, these initiatives […]
About Josh Hammer
Josh Hammer is a popular conservative commentator, of counsel at First Liberty Institute and a syndicated columnist through Creators. A frequent pundit on political, legal and cultural issues, Josh is a constitutional attorney by training.
An outspoken conservative, Josh opines on conservative intellectual trends, contemporary domestic and foreign policy debates, constitutional and legal issues, and the intersection of law, politics and culture. He has been published by many leading outlets, including The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, National Review, First Things, the Daily Wire, Fortune magazine, the Jewish Journal and The American Mind, the Claremont Institute’s online journal of conservative thought. Josh is a frequent television contributor on One America News Network and BlazeTV, a guest host on Salem Radio Network's 660 AM "The Answer," as well as a frequent op-ed contributor to the Post. He also has multiple forthcoming pieces of constitutional scholarship.
Josh is a college campus speaker through Young America's Foundation and a law school campus speaker through the Federalist Society. Prior to joining The Daily Wire, where he was editor-at-large, Josh worked at a large law firm and clerked for a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Josh has also served as a John Marshall Fellow with the Claremont Institute and as a law clerk for Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah.
Josh graduated from Duke University, where he majored in economics, and from the University of Chicago Law School. He lives in Dallas and is an active member of the State Bar of Texas.
Articles by Josh Hammer
ccording to 2016 presidential election exit polling, the Supreme Court was the single most predictive and determinative issue. Amidst the backdrop of a Court vacancy left by a dearly departed icon, Justice Antonin Scalia, a sizable plurality of voters cast their ballots based on the presidential candidates’ avowed preferences for Supreme Court nominations. These voters, […]
he all-encompassing geopolitical, military, diplomatic, cultural and economic threat posed by the thuggish Chinese Communist Party represents America’s generational challenge. Decades from now, historians will assess the rising generation based, in no small part, upon how we do in mitigating, confronting and ultimately thwarting the ambitions of a CCP that aspires to nothing less than […]
s the nation grapples in the throes of a once-a-generation soul search, the battle lines of our cold civil war between the Americanists and the civilizational arsonists only continue to harden. This week saw the stunning public resignation of Bari Weiss as a New York Times opinion editor and columnist. In her cri de coeur, […]