John Roberts hasn't entirely lost his fight for judicial moderation.
When power is decentralized, the American people can discuss, debate, forge compromises, engage in public service, and hold government accountable.
Justice Kavanaugh presented a view of precedent that centers on republican self-government.
School choice options and democratic elections give all of us the opportunity to form or reform educational bodies in our own communities.
For entirely too long, advocates have sought revolutionary change that touches all corners of the land.
Just because someone asserts that an approach is “conservative” doesn’t make it so, or make it it politically practical or responsive to our times.
Today’s denigration of democracy is unbecoming and unwise, but so too is our elite's apocalyptic thinking.
Andy Smarick discusses Hayek, subsidiarity, and the principles of authentic decentralization.
Andy Smarick is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.