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An Old Lesson About Government Power, Learned Anew

Just days ago, the United States Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision that reestablished a very basic principle of constitutional self-government. USA Today reported this case with the headline, "High Court Caps Excessive Fines." The fines are just a hint of what was at stake....

February 22, 2019


Court Decisions

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

After Supreme Court ruling on sports betting, groups look to cash in on potential windfall Why a certain brand of feminist ideology won’t be satisfied by anything less than a comprehensive victory Secularism and the new understanding of human rights: Why human dignity must be rooted in concrete, objective truth

May 23, 2018


The Briefing 10-28-14

October 28, 2014



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