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by | Nov 14, 2022

Thirty years ago, during the 1992 presidential campaign of Bill Clinton, Clinton adviser James Carville boiled the primary campaign message down to the simplest terms: “It’s the economy, stupid.” Indeed, that pithy statement is largely considered a truism in politics….

by | Nov 5, 2022

One of the most obvious and compelling reasons for the American people to vote the Democrats out of power is that the party seeks to impose a secularist tyranny upon America — an increasingly perverted political order that is completely…

by | Nov 1, 2022

Any school that’s attacked by the national teachers unions, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the gender-identity lobby is probably doing something right: In our case, we teach kids to read, write, compute, and think; respect their elders and each…

by | Oct 28, 2022

“You say the present U.S. regulatory system is broken and that at best the ‘practical’ solutions offered today might make things less bad but not solve the fundamental problems,” an expert said. “Well, what would you propose as a positive…

by | Oct 17, 2022

The Supreme Court’s October term has begun. The previous term yielded some blockbuster decisions, and the new term is likely to produce more of the same. One case that will be consequential is 303 Creative v. Elenis. Lorie Smith, doing…

by | Oct 13, 2022

We are over-inundated — not just inundated, as in a deluge or a Category 5 hurricane, but over-inundated — with virtue signaling that tells us that our humanity and compassion can be gauged only by whether we join up with the LGBTQIA+…

by | Oct 9, 2022

The original public meaning of the text of the Constitution is front and center these days, with Supreme Court majority and dissenting opinions alike invoking and debating that litmus test. On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the justices will have the opportunity…

by | Oct 8, 2022

The endless travails of the Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips are a measure of America’s pathetic descent into coercive secularism. Phillips has spent at least a decade in court, beating back the ludicrous claims of ACLU-style militants who can’t rest…

by | Sep 29, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term, following its customary summer recess, on Monday, Oct. 3. If this Court term is anything like the most recent one, conservatives and constitutionalists will rejoice. This most recent term,…

by | Sep 22, 2022

The Supreme Court may have the opportunity to reverse two rulings that have proved nettlesome to conservatives for decades if it grants certiorari to two religious liberty complainants in its fall session. Both petitions for cert were filed within the…

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