By: Robert P. George
Posted: March 19, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 1 - Winter 2011/12
By: Robert P. George
At a press conference shortly after the 2008 election, President-elect Obama was asked if he was appointing to his administration too many Washington insiders and retreads from the Clinton Administration, including Hillary Clinton as secretary of state. Not at all, he replied. The important thing wa ...
Arguing Natural Law It would be absurd to try to respond here to the larger claims Hadley Arkes makes in his "A Natural Law Manifesto" (Fall 2011). I therefore limit myself to brief comments on three of his arguments. First, Arkes is right that disagreement is no proof of ...
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China plans to blow up Hollywood’s monopoly.
The Iranian nuclear program is a mortal threat the president of the United States fails adequately to address.