Dr. Russell Dawn is associate professor of history and political thought at Concordia University-Irvine. Follow him on Twitter @RussellDawn1.
Meagan Day and Bhaskar Sunkara blame the Constitution for the concentration of central governmental power in a New York Times op-ed, but the opposite is actually the case.
The orthodoxy of the American public square is progressivism. That is our civil religion, our established faith. Not officially or expressly, but in effect.
Public schools were created explicitly to reinforce the dominant religious beliefs of American culture. Those beliefs used to be Protestant, but are now secular. Both are religions.
When those who would eviscerate the Constitution viewed Antonin Scalia as their greatest enemy, they unwittingly honored him.
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