Mar 22, 2017
There’s a newly discovered fundamental right, rendered out of thin air by a federal district court in Oregon (yes, the Ninth Circuit, again!), and it threatens to undermine the entire architecture of the U.S. Constitution.
Feb 28, 2017
The common thread in Obama’s executive actions was expansion of federal reach and power, often beyond the law. So far, Trump's executive actions uniformly reverse federal expansion of administrative power, limiting the authority of agencies to control economic liberty. It’s a powerful start.
Feb 10, 2017
Milo Yiannopoulis is controversial. That may be the most "Captain Obvious" statement you read this week. But it’s the "controversial" that makes it important in the battle to protect free speech on America’s college campuses.
Jan 19, 2017
The Obama presidency delivered on its promise of change. The American republic today sits 180 degrees to the opposite of where the Constitution designed us to be. We’re in trouble. What would our Founders have said about the Obama years?
Dec 30, 2016
Nobody is asking about verified hack attempts made by a federal government agency against a state-protected voter database network. We are now asking, and Congress and the new administration should take up the call. The Constitution mandates it.
Dec 9, 2016
Having challenged the EPA to follow the law over many years on behalf of his home state, EPA Administrator-nominee Scott Pruitt will face an entrenched bureaucracy that has been freely roaming , and crossing , the constitutional boundaries essential to our system of government.