So long as universal injunctions exist, plaintiffs will be able to impose their policy preferences on the entire country, if they find a willing judge.
Anita Hill’s accusations against Clarence Thomas during his Supreme Court confirmation in many ways parallel those against Brett Kavanaugh.
The transparent bad faith exhibited by Democrats regarding Brett Kavanugh ensures future allegations will be met with skepticism.
During a Supreme Court confirmation fight in the Senate, Joe Biden once described FBI investigations into sexual harassment as worthless.
Emily Jashinsky joins Federalist Radio to discuss figures like Norm MacDonald, Louis C.K., Brett Kavanaugh, and how the culture is trying to sort them all.
Senior Contributor Benjamin Weingarten interviews professor and classical liberal Richard Epstein on Clarence Thomas, progressivism, and socialism.
They underscore the right not to be compelled to worship at the government’s altar, speak the government’s message, or join the government’s associations.
‘Nationwide injunctions mean that each of the more than 600 federal district judges in the United States can freeze a law or regulation throughout the country — regardless of whether the other 599 disagree.’
The Supreme Court has taken a constitutional provision intended to limit government power and turned it into a mandate for unlimited government power.
The Supreme Court’s religious freedom ruling is so narrow it allows bureaucrats to violate your conscience as long as they’re more polite when they do it.
On the cases with less political valence the justices can ‘nerd out’ on legal theories and reveal their jurisprudential minds when they know their decisions won’t make the front pages.
The sexual harassment allegations against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas have been repeatedly undermined by their own creators. Reviving them is embarrassing.
The Supreme Court was specifically designed to avoid almost every idea term-limit advocates think bolsters their arguments.
The state of our political discourse is saddening. But sometimes people are called upon to be better than their leaders—and this is one of those times.
One does not have to have read the Clarence Thomas canon, like I have, to know that Jeffrey Toobin’s recent article in The New Yorker is nonsense.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is not a prime example of a pervert who got away with it, but of a man hurt by a vengeful woman who lied to destroy his reputation.
Twenty-five years ago today, Clarence Thomas was nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court. What a quarter-century.
Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a dissenting opinion ripping apart the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Texas laws requiring health standards for abortion.
Jim Gaffigan and other commencement speakers told grads that accomplishment is found in healthy relationships and lives of service, not corporate success.
A Bush White House lawyer sets the record straight on the history of Clarence Thomas’ SCOTUS nomination.
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