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Joy Pullmann of the Federalist pushes back against a condescending characterization of the long-serving U.S. Supreme Court justice.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist pushes back against a condescending characterization of the long-serving U.S. Supreme Court justice.
 
The United States is a constitutional republic. It is not a democracy, as most people believe.
 
The federal courts have become political, rather apolitical, which is what they were intended to be.
The federal courts have become political, rather apolitical, which is what they were intended to be.
 
Last week the New York Times ran a disgraceful hit piece under the headline: "Clarence Thomas, a Supreme Court Justice of Few Words, Some Not His Own." The headline and the article itself are clearly designed to create the impression that Thomas is not only lazy but possibly a plagiarist as well...
Last week the New York Times ran a disgraceful hit piece under the headline: "Clarence Thomas, a Supreme Court Justice of Few Words, Some Not His Own." The headline and the article itself are clearly designed to create the impression that Thomas is not only lazy but possibly a plagiarist as well...
 
I've been missing Jesse Helms. I got to watch the man up close for nearly two years in DC.
I've been missing Jesse Helms. I got to watch the man up close for nearly two years in DC.
 
I noted in last week's newsletter that the American left has abandoned its traditional support for free expression and now seems intent on criminalizing politically incorrect speech. One notable manifestation of this change is a growing consensus that "hate speech" ought to be subject to criminal...
I noted in last week's newsletter that the American left has abandoned its traditional support for free expression and now seems intent on criminalizing politically incorrect speech. One notable manifestation of this change is a growing consensus that "hate speech" ought to be subject to criminal...
 
Democrats have, for decades, made mincemeat out of GOP nominees simply because they disagreed with them.
 
No, we’re not talking about The Coal Miner’s Daughter. We’re talking about the low-key New York prosecutor nominated by BarryO to replace the godawful, horrific Eric Holder as US Attorney General.
No, we’re not talking about The Coal Miner’s Daughter. We’re talking about the low-key New York prosecutor nominated by BarryO to replace the godawful, horrific Eric Holder as US Attorney General.
 
One of the most famous phrases in American oratory is the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.'s statement in his March on Washington speech that he looked forward to the day when all people would be judged not on the color of their skin, but on the content of their character.
One of the most famous phrases in American oratory is the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.'s statement in his March on Washington speech that he looked forward to the day when all people would be judged not on the color of their skin, but on the content of their character.
 
We've been hearing all about "a grand compromise" in the US Senate over filibusters and votes over Obama administration nominees. Let's review the details of the "compromise".
We've been hearing all about "a grand compromise" in the US Senate over filibusters and votes over Obama administration nominees. Let's review the details of the "compromise".
 
Fisher v. Texas was one of the first cases heard in the Supreme Court's term this season and one of the last to be decided. Whatever the reason for the long delay, the justices took the path of least resistance and decided to remand the case back to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Therefore...
Fisher v. Texas was one of the first cases heard in the Supreme Court's term this season and one of the last to be decided. Whatever the reason for the long delay, the justices took the path of least resistance and decided to remand the case back to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Therefore...
 
It's been fun watching all of the sputtering and posturing about the strategy memo reportedly circulated by the leadership of a lefty group calling itself BluePrintNC.
It's been fun watching all of the sputtering and posturing about the strategy memo reportedly circulated by the leadership of a lefty group calling itself BluePrintNC.
 
On June 28, 2010, the Supreme Court decided one of the most important Second Amendment cases in U.S. history. McDonald v. City of Chicago.
On June 28, 2010, the Supreme Court decided one of the most important Second Amendment cases in U.S. history. McDonald v. City of Chicago.
 
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