Letters from Piety Hill

  Each few years, some author floats the prospect of a Russell Kirk revival, and with good motive. Whether or not watching in dismay as...

U.S. Environmentalism Is a Success Story

  It’s arduous to disagree with most of what Benjamin Zycher says in his Liberty Discussion board essay, however let me add a little bit...

An Important Difference Between Historians and Originalist Law Professors

  Lately, I used to be having a dialogue with a legislation professor who appears to be like at issues from a historic perspective. Whereas...

“This Hasn’t Been Our Practice,” Part 2

  This publish continues the dialogue from yesterday, addressing varied types of the argument that the unique that means of the impeachment energy should be...

Gordon Wood’s Reflections on the Constitution and Slavery

  At Northwestern College Legislation Faculty’s Lincoln Lecture, endowed by my colleague Steve Calabresi, we had the nice luck to listen to a chat by...

The Virtues of On Reading Well

  In 2012, a author for The Atlantic dropped at readers’ consideration the decline of virtues in our vocabulary. During the last hundred years, individuals...

A.J. Coates and The Ethics of War

  Worldwide relations is awash in books of every kind, but few of those supply a very lasting contribution to the controversy past the well-established...

Past Is Prologue in Ken Starr’s Contempt

  Some of the unsettling elements of former impartial counsel Ken Starr’s memoir about his 1990s investigation into the doings of Invoice Clinton that led...

The Soul’s Need for Rootedness

  This essay is a part of a Regulation and Liberty Symposium on Yoram Hazony’s The Advantage of Nationalism. Like clockwork, a minimum of as soon as...

Avoiding the Next 50-48 Vote: Disempower the Court

  After the Senate voted 50 to 48 to verify Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted that she was “not going to sugarcoat...

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