Why big government can’t make big changes

Gorsuch’s nomination highlights contrasting views of a judge’s role

Principle Matters – Political Power vs. Policy Power

Parents’ rights: Integrating rights and responsibilities

he U.S. Constitution is understood to protect the ability of parents to direct the upbringing of their children, free from state interference. That formulation derives from a pair of cases from the 1920s involving disputes over education. In Meyer v. Nebraska, the Supreme Court invalidated a Nebraska law that prohibited instruction in schools from being […]

6th Circuit marriage decision is powerfully protective of liberty – Sutherland Soapbox, 11/11/14