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Not a Democratic Republic

Not a Democratic Republic

It goes without saying that the United States of America is not a direct democracy but a republic. More than that, as I showed with a new quote every day for literally months on Twitter, the Founders despised democracy. They called it, among other things, the “most...
The Lawsuit of Politics

The Lawsuit of Politics

No matter the claim, parties, jurisdiction, or legal issue, every legal proceeding in civil or criminal law has three basic components at its core: the law, the facts, and the application of the law to the facts. Everything revolves around these three pillars. One...
“Subject to the Jurisdiction Thereof”

“Subject to the Jurisdiction Thereof”

President Trump announced last week that he’s considering an executive order that would ban birthright citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants. Can he do it? I have some thoughts about what the law should be, but let’s not talk about that right now. What...
Conservatives Have Forgotten Why They Opposed Trump

Conservatives Have Forgotten Why They Opposed Trump

Conservatives have forgotten why they opposed President Trump in 2016, and in doing so have forgotten what makes them conservatives in the first place. I have a parable to explain how. I once gave this example on The New Guards Podcast (which you should obviously...
Can “Gosnell” End Abortion?

Can “Gosnell” End Abortion?

In 1852, a controversial novel called Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published. On the day of its publication, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s opus sold more than 3,000 copies, increasing a hundredfold before the book’s first birthday. Ten years after this abolitionist serialized her...