Could Pennsylvania Vote Hinge on a Supreme Court Call?

A primer on another curveball in the election: Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar, which the Court has not taken

Barrett Vows to Interpret Constitution ‘As Written,’ Says Courts ‘Should Not Try’ to Make Policy

Judge Amy Coney Barrett presented her judicial outlook as drawing on that of former Justice Antonin Scalia.

The Supreme Court Needs a Justice Who Puts the Constitution First

Luckily, America is blessed with many highly qualified judges and scholars who fit the bill.

Congress changes 28 Amendment to H.R.1935 – Pension Reform Act and Buries it.

stop all the freebies that congress has granted themselves and reject their self imposed impunity and immunity from both civil and criminal laws.

A Modest Win for the Constitution

By making the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accountable to the president, the Supreme Court has done right — but it

The Bill of Rights Is Not ‘above’ Any Government Leader’s ‘Pay Grade’ 

Governor Phil Murphy’s comments represent an ideology that is completely unacceptable for a government leader in the United States.

What the Founders Told Us about ‘High Crimes and Misdemeanors’

The historical evidence suggests that a statutory violation isn’t required for impeachment. It also suggests President Trump shouldn’t be removed

The Soleimani Strike: The President Has the Constitution and Precedent on His Side

It’s legal to kill an enemy in combat, and Soleimani was clearly escalating his attacks on U.S. forces.