The early life of Antonin “Nino” Scalia.
And the confusions of conservative jurisprudence.
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.
Clarence Thomas dismantles the fiction of substantive due process.
Our early republic fiercely contested the meaning of the American Revolution and the Constitution.
Justice Thomas's judicial revolution bears fruit.
William Barr knows the indispensability of the rule of law.
A right to abortion dissolves the categories of human life that nature itself established.