Robert H. Bork

Robert H. Bork is a distinguished fellow at the Hudson Institute. His books include Slouching Towards Gomorrah: Modern Liberalism and American Decline (1996; reissued 2003) and Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges (2003).

Counting the Costs of Clintonism


THE ONE HILARIOUS MOMENT in the sad and disgusting Clinton saga came at a fundraiser in Cincinnati. Pursued by his own manifold sins, lies, and impeachable offenses, the president managed a straight face as he assured the audience that the real scandal was a “Washington obsessed with itself instead of America.” This, from a man […]

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Individual Liberty and the Constitution


To consider liberty in relation to the Constitution is to enter upon a subject of some ambiguity. Which Constitution are we to consider? The document has undergone dramatic shifts in its coverage and in its meaning over the course of our history. The unamended document ratified in 1787 had little explicit to say about individual […]

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