For Gordon Wood, no era has a monopoly on truth. Truth is merely the epiphenomenon of the era that produced it.
The Eastman Memos; Secular America?; Patrick J. Garrity, RIP
Americans have sold their constitutional heritage, submitting to rights violations and the undermining of basic political structures in return for money.
Changing theories of constitutional interpretation have prompted a reconsideration of the 14th Amendment.
Many judges simply begin with their own sense of what the right outcome should be and use constitutional clauses or commentaries as cover for their judgments.
Joseph M. Bessette examines John Eastman’s post-election memoranda.
John C. Calhoun’s influence on the growth and future shape of the United States was immense.
The Progressives bequeathed us a regime without legitimacy.
“Rational basis review” is a terrible way to determine our liberties.
The politics of judicial appointments.
Charles R. Kesler's new book brings together the classical beginnings of the study of politics with the story of our nation in thought and deed.
The United States now has two constitutions. Which of the two constitutions shall prevail?