Orrin Hatch

Orrin G. Hatch is the chairman emeritus of the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation. A Utah Republican, he served on the Senate Judiciary Committee from 1977–2019.

Not Your Founding Fathers’ Constitution

The genius of our Constitution is the separation of powers, and checks and balances, designed to secure individual rights. At the center of our constitutional structure are principles of republican ...

Time for Accountability at the CFPB

The president stepped off his tour bus in Kansas this week and said that, “We shouldn’t be weakening oversight and accountability. We should be strengthening oversight and accountability.” Which is why I’m ...

NLRB South Carolina Power Grab

On April 20, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued one of the most far-reaching and outrageous complaints ever issued by the Board against a private business.  This complaint against ...

The Constitution Is Not ‘Propaganda’

More than 90 percent of Americans say that the Constitution is very important to them and two-thirds say that a “detailed knowledge” of our charter is “absolutely necessary.” Federal and ...

Why Constitution Day Matters

Today is Constitution Day, the anniversary of the day in 1787 when delegates to the constitutional convention in Philadelphia signed the draft charter so it could be considered for ratification ...

Don’t Let the Facts Get in the Way

Faced with plummeting public support, the White House is engaged in a scorched-earth PR campaign to justify its failure to listen to the majority of the American people who oppose ...

What Is the Constitution?

On this day, 222 years ago, 12 state delegations approved the new Constitution of the United States and 39 of the 42 convention delegates signed it. They sent it to ...