Efforts to keep corporations and the wealthy from influencing politics will fail as long as the government hands out so many goodies.
Preemption and the states, in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Wyeth v. Levine.
She will not protect the Constitution -- or even live up to Sen. Durbin's standard.
The judge got ahead the old-fashioned way -- so why does she pretend otherwise?
Alas, Sonia Sotomayor is not likely to be asked whether she will be more prosecution-friendly than David Souter proved to be in his final term.
On the sidewalks of Dearborn, Michigan, Christians need to be able to practice their faith too.
It will be a mark of failed Republican leadership if a confirmation vote on Sonia Sotomayor occurs before the August recess.
With the Sotomayor nomination comes an old question: Is the U.S. Constitution a "living document"?
A columnist's call for Republicans to grow up gets a response.
An ideological selection clearly less business friendly than the justice she replaces.