Did the Court actually abolish affirmative action?
Acknowledging the reality of the natural moral law.
Felix Frankfurter’s remarkable rise and his enduring legacy in American law and politics.
Justice Thomas's judicial revolution bears fruit.
Ever since its inception, the Chevron debate has served as a placeholder for more fundamental contentions.
So far, it’s been a very good year.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade will intensify the battle between the progressives’ constitution and the founders’ Constitution.
The politics of judicial appointments.
If judges acknowledged the political background of much constitutional debate, they would act with more restraint.
Two sharply different perspectives on the nomination and confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court.
Judicial review is too frequent to deem the Court a mere lapdog of Congress, but decisions upholding federal statutes far outnumber invalidations.