Judiciary

July 15, 2014

Christie has a terrible record on judicial nominations

I never got as upset as other folks that Chris Christie hugged President Obama during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. I do not believe that it […]
December 2, 2014

The Ferguson Riots: Tribalism vs. Civilization

Civilization. Civility. Civics. These noble words are all derived from the Latin word for “city.” Historically, it has been in cities that most people first encountered […]
January 20, 2015

Loaded Language on “Marriage” Heads to the Supreme Court

During Pope Francis’ Encounter with Families in the Philippines this week, the Holy Father commented on particular threats to the good of the family, saying, “The […]
February 13, 2015

Judicial Lawlessness in Alabama

At this moment, Alabama is in a state of legal and judicial disarray.  A federal judge has declared the state’s constitutional amendment defining marriage as a […]
February 17, 2015

Alexander Hamilton and the Health Care Challenge

The founders are almost always relevant, even to our most up to date concerns.  This is true not because they could anticipate all those concerns, but […]