The Court appears to have taken the first step toward restraining itself and repairing both the legal and political defects of its privacy jurisprudence.
The Biden administration has plenty of evidence that the regime has no credibility when it makes promises for a deal that cannot be enforced.
America prevailed against the USSR by risking conflict, not by creating a force field around a battlefield within which the Russians could do as they pleased.
Whatever roles the Constitution may assign to the states, the vice president, or the federal courts in resolving disputed electoral votes, it excludes Congress.
In the name of an ‘emergency,’ the administration is invoking a 50-year-old statute of doubtful relevance to justify a sweeping mandate over the private sector.
Presidents do have broad authority to deal with emergencies. But what Biden has done exceeds any such justification.
Trump’s critics chopped down another tree in the forest of laws and legal norms to pursue their devil, but to the harm of future presidents and the country.