Kansas Ban on Dismemberment Abortion sued in state court

Federal judge orders expungement of punishment against teen who shared Christ with classmates

North Carolina Senate overrides Governor’s veto of same-sex wedding judicial opt-out bill

Bush judges declare ban on abortion when heartbeat detected ‘unconditional’

Dear Jenner: You could really be hurting people

How the hypersexual trans movement hurts feminism

Planned Parenthood looking for nurses to perform abortions

Religious freedom wins, Arkansas forced to give in

Same-sex marriage unmasked: predicted consequences of redefining marriage are becoming a reality

The liberalism of adult autonomy

Religious freedom and the common good

Scots Govt accused of ‘bribing’ parents over Named Person

RC Archbishop: Named Person plans ‘interfere in family life’

Assisted suicide ‘creates problems for wider society’

Named person could target parents on ‘spirituality’

‘Tolerance is a two-way street’, church leader says

Dignitas recommends banned doctor for suicide assistance

I was raised by a transsexual: Celebrating it is ‘insensitive’

Gay marriage to be debated by Belfast City Council

Against euphemistic defenses of judicial supremacy

On originalism and judicial supremacy–Part 2

On originalism and judicial supremacy–Part 1

    National Review: The myth of judicial supremacy is logically incompatible with the supremacy of the written Constitution. According to the myth of judicial supremacy, the Constitution means whatever five Supreme Court justices claim it means and all other governmental actors are duty-bound to abide by that supposed meaning—even if it is in clear conflict with the actual meaning of the Constitution—until such time as five justices revise it or a constitutional amendment overrides it.


  • Posted: 06/04/2015
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