Yesterday’s hearing before the House Judiciary Committee did a good job of explaining how the facts of the Ukraine scandal meet the Constitution’s definition of impeachable offenses.
President Trump’s first Supreme Court appointment has joined the liberal bloc on several cases.
Europe has abandoned centuries-old laws against blasphemy, but the assault on so-called “hate speech” threatens to effectively bring them back.
Contrary to what many people have claimed, the Supreme Court’s decision in Trump v. Hawaii did not overturn one of the most controversial decisions in its history.
Donald Trump chose to mark Memorial Day by talking about himself.
A new bombshell allegation in the Stormy Daniels affair.
Nine years later, at least one member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee is admitting what seemed at the time a rather obvious fact.
The statute of limitations has expired. But he should never have been asked the question to begin with.
As expected, a group of Democratic states is suing the Trump Administration over the decision to end the DACA program.
President Trump says he’d be willing to testify under oath in response to former F.B.I Director Comey’s accusations. That would be a mistake for several reasons.
With a relatively smooth announcement, Donald Trump has named a solid and qualified conservative who will likely be confirmed to the nation’s highest court.
In a call to supporters, Hillary Clinton blames her loss on F.B.I. Director James Comey
A Federal Court has ruled that the Administration violated the law when it spent funds allocated under the PPACA for purposes other than those authorized by Congress.
Bowe Bergdahl will face charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, and the White House’s narrative about this release lies in tatters.
The House of Representatives has filed its lawsuit against the President. As expected, it doesn’t amount to much.
The General Accounting Office confirmed what seems clear to anyone who can read a statute.
There are legitimate issues regarding Presidential overreach and separation of powers that President Obama’s actions while in office have raised. But none of that will be discussed in our hyperpartisan political culture.
However you feel about the Redskins name, the decision to retroactively repeal their trademarks is troubling on many levels.
A hopeful First Amendment decision from the Supreme Court.
Good intentions aren’t an excuse for failure to follow the law.
A Federal District Court Judge struck down part of Utah’s law against polygamy brought by the stars of TLC’s “Sister Wives.”
The Imperial Presidency didn’t start with Barack Obama, but his PPACA “fix” does much to expand it into questionable new territory.
A case out of New Mexico presents an interesting collision of First Amendment rights and anti-discrimination values.
Eric Holder’s testimony before Congress is leading to accusations of perjury, but the argument that he did so seem pretty weak.
Big Brother is watching us. And he may be watching us a lot more after what happened in Boston.
Are we heading toward an era where a diagnosis of mental illness becomes an instrument for state oppression?
Increasingly, the right of people to speak is being sacrificed in the name of “tolerance” and “security.”
For some reason, Paul Ryan decided to talk about school prayer this weekend.
If you can name at least one of these people, you know more than two-thirds of your fellow citizens.
The latest round of the Chick-fil-A controversy is perhaps the most absurd yet.
An object lesson in bureaucracy and the reason why infrastructure projects aren’t as easy to complete as some think.
From one Nobel Peace Prize winner to another.
One law professor suggests that we need to double the size of the Supreme Court. Is he right?
There is a disturbing trend in Western nations toward enforcement of laws against “insulting” religions.
As societal attitudes change, what counts as an insult so bad you can sue someone over it also changes.
The City of Detroit appears ready to abandon vast sections of itself to the metaphorical jungle.
A bill that may become law in Arizona could make your Internet comments a crime.
The Obama Campaign is being criticized for agreeing to play the SuperPAC game like everyone else does.
If you’re going to take public money, “religious liberty” is not an excuse to fail to comply with the law.