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The antidote to the poison of the culture war

The antidote to the poison of the culture war

The antidote to the poison of the culture war Written by Derek Monson  April 22, 2022 The culture war seems to be expanding its reach into myriad areas of life, beyond politics. What used to primarily be a dynamic of controversial social policy debates – abortion,...
Factors guiding decisions about Supreme Court nominees

Factors guiding decisions about Supreme Court nominees

Factors guiding decisions about Supreme Court nominees Written by William C. Duncan  April 8, 2022 In the debate over the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson, senators announced their intention to vote for or against confirmation. These decisions typically focus on...
State supreme court nominations: quiet but important

State supreme court nominations: quiet but important

State supreme court nominations: quiet but important Written by William C. Duncan  April 1, 2022 Photo: Governor.Utah.gov On March 29, Gov. Spencer Cox nominated Utah Appeals Court Judge Diana Hagen to serve as a justice on the Utah Supreme Court. Hagen has served in...
Ukraine and the importance of learning history

Ukraine and the importance of learning history

Ukraine and the importance of learning history Written by Derek Monson  April 1, 2022 Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and ongoing war with the Ukrainian people is a human tragedy. But amid this calamity, there are lessons that can help prevent similar tragedies in the...