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.
Until we find political leaders who appreciate the vitality of the political heritage they have repudiated or ignored, the politics of “systematic organization of hatreds” is all we will see.
Matthew’s Gospel teaches there is no purely scientific solution to the human question, one disconnected from Scripture.
We may be too weak to fight the anti-woke Communism war in which Tom Klingenstein urges us to enlist. But it’s a war we must prepare ourselves for, as the enemy is ourselves.
Are we witnessing the beginning of a Tocquevillean turn-about?
Natural Law 101, expounded by the jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas, is a powerful argument on behalf of justice and a proper reordering of our country.
A recent misguided critique of the Claremont Institute claims it has abandoned the legacy and teachings of its intellectual godfather, Harry V. Jaffa. But the argument doesn’t hold up.
Biden’s fascist COVID order is not a serious effort to stem the tide of the pandemic.
The methods of natural science would destroy the ways of a free society. The Supreme Court nixes the Center for Disease Control’s power grab.
Three Asian-American authors offer interesting perspectives on how America can, and ought to be, an example to the world and how to stand up to their school boards.
A leading opinion celebrated in conservative circles is that conservatives now own the Supreme Court. But it seems premature to celebrate.