This morning the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association —a case which questions the mandatory fees imposed on teachers by the California teachers union.
What to make of the two redistricting cases heard before the Supreme Court this month
The demands of wannabe campus fascists keep getting wackier.
Evenwell v. Abbott has the substance to be among the most important voting cases of the past 60 years—at its heart, it reaches beyond legalistic or judicial considerations of apportionment processes to pose the question to American society about how a free government acknowledges the political equality of its citizens.
Voices on the left overestimate what gun-control can achieve and underestimate the extent to which their own partisan emotion is an obstacle to progress.
The campus radicals have begun a debate over first principles. Those who cherish western values should welcome the opportunity to defend our worldview — because beyond our shores there are far more dangerous foes of the west.
We’re seeing something that looks eerily like a recurrence of events half a century ago that led to the destruction of American cities and campuses.
Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis went to jail because she defied a court order to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but she should instead have taken to heart the lessons taught by David Simon’s current HBO mini-series, Show Me a Hero.