Posted: June 5, 2015
Professor Harold W. (Bill) Rood was an uncommon teacher, in both style and substance, who lived an uncommon and thoroughly American life
Defending the Constitution We are grateful that Professor Edward Erler took the time to review our book, Originalism and the Good Constitution (“Originalist Sin,” Summer 2014). Unfortunately, he mischaracterizes our position and disregards an important aspect of the Constitution in th ...
Winning the Cold War; Law of War; The Illiberal Left
Voegeli’s basic argument is that while reform conservatives may have some good policy ideas here and there, we’re in favor of “leashing rather than reforming government.”
Our Declaration very author should be so lucky to have a reader as thoughtful and committed to careful reading as Diana Schaub (“Equality and Liberty,” Winter 2014/15). She gets a lot right, a few small things wrong, and raises three related issues that are worth engaging at length. T ...
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If our government hopes to avoid public employees benefiting to the detriment of the public interest, citizens and statesmen must comprehend the consequences of public unions’ growing power.
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Can the administrative state be re-constitutionalized?
Paul Kenyon's latest book is entertaining, informative, and superficial.
Lincoln's critics on the Right are legion, but they couldn't be more wrong.