Individual natural rights are essential to assure that the “common good” is genuinely common to all.
The Eastman Memos; Secular America?; Patrick J. Garrity, RIP
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.
Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeuele have provided an accessible defense of a curiously ill-defined beast—the “administrative state.”
The Founders' thinking presupposed the Christian teaching of a fallen human nature.
If judges acknowledged the political background of much constitutional debate, they would act with more restraint.
No jurist has done more than Clarence Thomas to oppose the Progressive synthesis of leviathan and anarchy.
What does Ruth Bader Ginsburg mean for women?