Mark R. Levin

Mark R. Levin is president of Landmark Legal Foundation. Previously he served as Landmark’s director of legal policy for more than three years. He has worked as an attorney in the private sector and as a top adviser and administrator to several members of President Reagan’s cabinet. Levin served as chief of staff to the attorney general of the United States, deputy assistant secretary for elementary and secondary education at the U.S. Department of Education, and deputy solicitor of the U.S. Department of Interior. He holds a B.A. from Temple University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude, and a J.D. from Temple University School of Law. He also served on the Cheltenham Township (Pa.) school board.

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The Will Debate

Mark Steyn asks a good question: What is our strategy in Afghanistan? But I suppose this question can be asked of those, such as George Will, who urge our departure: ...

Death and . . .

Well, I suppose we could call them LIFE panels, but that wouldn’t work since so much of what they will do will deny life — both the quality and length ...

The Way Out

It appears that monetary policy (the low cost of money) and the market system (the reduced prices of homes) will save the banks, not TARP bailouts.  As predictable as ...

That Was Then …

What Obama has that FDR did not have was the hindsight of seven decades that inform him that the New Deal was a failure.   

In the Name of Fairness

Increased opposition to Censorship Doctrine.  This is going to be one hell of a fight.  And the effort will be regulatory not statutory.

Re: Re: About the House Republicans

To Jonah’s point: The Republicans actually put out some pretty good ideas and stood firm against the junk that was thrown at them for several weeks. I have spoken night ...

About the House Republicans

The Republicans were out of the game from Day One. Nancy Pelosi simply was not working with them. And in the Senate, even some of the usual moderate ...

DOJ, Now

The Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) has now been politicized.  This is institutionalized corruption of the worst kind.    (H/T Volokh)