Last week’s incidents across the country, dubbed Red Rose Rescues, were inspired by the work of Mary Wagner, a Canadian pro-life activist.
Liberal protesters (even violent ones) often ostentatiously advertise their own kindness and love—no matter who their civil disobedience hurts.
Charles Murray calls for a return to individual liberty and selective civil disobedience on Federalist Radio.
Kim Davis views her stand as simply one of conscience rights, but it implicates many more questions about the rule of law and the democratic process.
Kim Davis may be taking her religious liberty too far. But she’s right that Obergefell is unjust.
Incidents like testing opt-outs and parent fury in Fairfax show people get Charles Murray’s point about refusing to comply with stupid regulations.
Should Americans subject themselves to unconstitutional rulings and laws merely to preserve a corruption of ‘law and order’? Charles Murray doesn’t think so, and neither do I.
Charles Murray’s clarion call for civil disobedience is tempting, but it’s also something that will challenge conservative orthodoxy on the courts.
Soon after Houston passed a ‘non-discrimination’ ordinance, it has ordered dissenting pastors to submit their sermons for legal review. So, what?
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