Warren Henry
Warren Henry
Warren Henry
Warren Henry the nom de plume of an attorney practicing in the State of Illinois. He is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist.
Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Exodus’ (Parts 1 And 2)

The New Caprica storyline ends with battles both epic and personal.

James Gunn And Brett Kavanaugh Illustrate The Left’s Disregard For Playing By The Rules

Both offer lessons on the benefit of having a clean paper trail, and insight into how we think about the very concept of rules in our society.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Occupation’ And ‘Precipice’

Technically two separate episodes that ran back-to-back, ‘Occupation’ and ‘Precipice’ launched the critically lauded but controversial Season Three.

Jeffrey Toobin’s Clueless Supreme Court Meltdowns Should Embarrass CNN

‘When the Constitution was written, people were expected to die in their 50s. The framers never contemplated that these terms would regularly go to 30-plus years as they do now.’

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Lay Down Your Burdens’ (Parts 1 and 2)

The Season Two finale has it all: explosions, romance, political intrigue, and a surprising series reset.

Is Progressive Ideology Incompatible With The First Amendment?

Those who believe the state is better than the market at allocating resources will have the same attitude toward the marketplace of ideas.

The Left’s Spite Against Justice Kennedy Should Warn Anyone Who Tries To Please Them

The Left expected Anthony Kennedy to not only write and join progressive decisions, but also to chain himself to his chair like a protester until a Democrat won the presidency.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘The Captain’s Hand’ And ‘Downloaded’

The series delivers two strong episodes ahead of the Season Two finale, focused chiefly on the Battlestar Pegasus and on Cylon-occupied Caprica.

Supreme Court Ruling On Forced Union Dues Caps Term That’s All About Compelled Speech

Janus v. AFSCME caps a Supreme Court term that is surprisingly of the moment, given how long cases take to make their way to the court.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Scar’ And ‘Sacrifice’

These two episodes demonstrate how the quality of the series rises and falls on the strength of its characters.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Epiphanies’ And ‘Black Market’

The end of the Pegasus storyline is followed by two episodes taking the audience deeper into the characters of Pres. Roslin, Apollo, and Baltar.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Resurrection Ship’ (Parts 1 and 2)

The second-half of Season 2 premieres with a two-part resolution of the conflict between Adm. Cain and Cdr. Adama, but not before heading to the brink of assassination.

12 Summer Power Pop Gems You Need In Your Life Right Now

Power Pop has a long history, as these half-forgotten gems of summers past from The Beach Boys, The Raspberries, and others demonstrate.

Why MSNBC Doesn’t Fire Joy Reid Even Though It’s Obvious She’s A Liar

That Joy Reid appears to be a liar should be a serious issue, particularly in journalism, particularly when the president of the United States has made a habit of denouncing ‘fake news.’

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Pegasus’

The cliffhanger first-half finale of Season 2 features the miraculous appearance of a long-lost ally who ultimately becomes a formidable foe of Cdr. Adama.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Final Cut’ And ‘Flight Of The Phoenix’

The rag-tag fleet has survived a political crisis, but after even the discovery of a signpost to Earth, there is a constant struggle to maintain morale as people realize their old lives have ended.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘The Farm’ And ‘Home (Parts 1 and 2)’

The Cylons’ faith drive them to nightmarish experiments on humans, while Pres. Roslin pursues her vision and finds a signpost to Earth.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Fragged’ And ‘Resistance’

Authority breaks down for the stranded landing party on Kobol, while Col. Tigh centralizes authority among the fleet with tragic results.

When Andrew Sullivan Almost Seems Sane, You Know We’re Crazy

Now that some dismiss conservatism as ‘the maintenance of dwindling white hegemony,’ it is almost tempting to celebrate writer Andrew Sullivan’s heterodoxy. Almost.

Why Spotify’s Decision To Censor Artists Opens A Bottomless Rabbit Hole

Rock and roll has often been an enterprise in which adult men who disdained conventional morality sold fantasies of sexual rebellion to infatuated teenage girls.