The law can't be the answer to every moral question, and the more we try the less our society is actually ruled by the law.
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Conservatives don't challenge processes and undermine institutions when things don't go how they want.
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It’s difficult to consider anyone as a member of movement conservatism who can’t at least appreciate the constitutional propriety of Dobbs v. Jackson.
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There is room in movement conservatism for many different emphases in the American tradition, but there are boundaries that, if breached, constitute a…
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For Independence Day, let's set aside all that's happened for a moment and just celebrate America.
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Opposition to Roe fueled both a religious great awakening and a legal, political, and philosophical enlightenment. A bit more optimism for what comes…
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The concern is less which party is worse, but which party will get off the dysfunctional merry-go-round first and who will engage to get them off of it.
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Americans are forgetting that holding your own side’s feet to the fire is just as important, if not more important, a political exercise as standing in…
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A treatise standing athwart the national populist critique of classical liberalism.
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Overstating a case repulses people from a serious consideration of the very real and concerning facts that should be reckoned with.
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The pro-life effort may soon have to shift its focus from legal to moral arguments, and no question is more fraught than considering where life truly…
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Rights aren’t absolute, but they should be held equally by all full members of society.
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