The Court had weightier issues on its docket and took on the challenges before it with decisiveness and both professional and personal courage.
Law & the Courts
Everyone needs to adopt more of a ‘If you see something, say something’ attitude toward young men flashing signs of potential danger.
1989—In solo dissent in Hamblen v. Dugger, Florida justice Rosemary Barkett opines that a capital defendant is not permitted to waive his right to present evidence of mitigating circumstances. ...
The horror in Highland Park underscores the limitations of legislating an end to mass shootings — and challenges us to confront the violence less erratically.
Threatening to ‘kill everyone’ is not protected speech. It’s assault, or intimidation, or possibly even domestic violence.
The 2007 law would ban abortion except in cases where a woman’s life is in danger or a pregnancy is caused by a rape reported to law enforcement.
Dominion is suing Fox News and other right-wing outlets for defamation.
A new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll offers some interesting—and, for pro-lifers, I think encouraging—data on how Americans view Dobbs and abortion policy, even as it also shows how surprisingly inept pollsters ...
A textualist critique of the Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA.