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The Aftermath of Obergefell

By The Editor

It’s a shame that Republicans and conservatives aren’t in the information war to any serious degree because we have so much fantastic ammunition to use to win over the uninformed and misinformed. If people…

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The Unsoundness of Judicial Supremacy

By John Biver

Paul R. DeHart, an associate professor of political science at Texas State University, has a post up at Public Discourse on one of my favorite topics lately — the myth of judicial supremacy. I’ve…

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Judicial Supremacy Has Its Limits

By John Biver

Writing at National Review, John Yoo attempts to take to school millions of confused Americans, many of them lawyers, about the fundamental nature of our democratic republic. Because Yoo is a law professor his…

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Independence Day: A Message About Fear

By The Editor

Here is how Brian Camenker subtitles his above-titled post: “Let’s be honest. Being called nasty names or boycotted, etc., is small potatoes in the context of things.” Here’s an excerpt from the piece: The…

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How to Celebrate the Fourth of July

By The Editor

From Townhall Magazine’s July feature, “How to Celebrate the Fourth of July,” by Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College: [Two hundred thirty-nine years ago] this Fourth of July, 56 men signed the document…

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