Law professor Adrian Vermeule thinks America would be better off without individual liberty. It’s an increasingly popular view among a faction of conservatives.
There’s only one sure way to balance the needs of public health and the health of our democracy.
He has pledged to pick a woman for vice president and a black woman for the Supreme Court. That’s not as unusual as it sounds.
Whoever gets tapped as the next Democratic attorney general could potentially define a presidency and reset a wayward Justice Department.
What would the founders have done if they’d known we were going to inflict this terrible system upon ourselves?
The Supreme Court will decide whether Elizabeth Warren’s brainchild will continue to exist, or if it’ll merely expand Donald Trump’s power over it.
The high court’s taken a dim view of targeted regulation of abortion providers in the past, but that was before Brett Kavanaugh.
There is no easy remedy for the ways in which President Trump threatens the sanctity of our elections.
The former New York mayor isn’t subverting the American electoral system. He’s exploiting its intentional flaws.
The Roberts court is poised to undo the late Justice’s landmark ruling on religious freedom and government overreach.