It was not Hobbes and Locke, but the Marx-Darwin-Hegel-Progressives who corrupted the founders’ legacy, replacing one form of slavery with another.
Today, the heroes are few and outnumbered as the FBI has become the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party, which is the party of government.
Does the Washington Post even know the difference between freedom and slavery?
Why do Democrats object to a bust of a jurist who embodied their understanding of the American founding?
From high-tech lynching to savage “grudgery,” one thing is clear about Laurence Tribe’s smear of Clarence Thomas:
It is inept.
It is inept.
The way we count and categorize race for government purposes, like everything, is subject to political manipulation.
Biden based his speech on assumptions about historical progress, while also being rooted in the playbook of the Democratic Party.
The case for a Declaration-guided Constitution remains stronger than ever but Clarence Thomas needs help, and America’s Harvards are proving to be vicious enemies.
The Court’s religion cases concern more than the activities of religious people; they relate to speech in general, to Americans’ ability to express their profoundest sentiments and thoughts.
With a Fourth of July resolve we would do well to remember that the Washington elite and the administrative state that serves it can only be defeated when the people arise against it.
When the Court uses “substantive due process” to justify a result, they become policy makers rather than judges.
If Lincoln could speak in distress in a slave state about the equality of black and white military prisoners, surely some president might speak in defense of the equality of all pre-born life.
Joe Biden’s assessment of the shooting in Buffalo shows him to be a poor shepherd of America and its principles.
Neil Gorsuch’s incomplete attack on the jurisprudence of progressives stands in contrast to that of Clarence Thomas.
Legitimate government must be based on the consent of the governed. And the anti-COVID regime failed this test.
The difference between the two judges is the difference between nihilism and natural law.
Replacing Martin Luther King with George Washington, the unsung hero of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, is W.B. Allen’s long-game object.
In just 16 pages of his remarkable forthcoming and posthumously published book, Codevilla foresaw more than any of the pundits have had to say on Ukraine.
Her race is irrelevant. Her membership in the administrative state elite is all-important.
To escape the historical prison of our times may not require performing a triple axel, but even that physical transformation of the laws of nature is a lot easier than a political one.