While the Constitution aspires to “establish justice,” its other ambitions—like “domestic tranquility”—are not always compatible with perfect justice.
Mary Ann Glendon is an inspired choice to lead Pompeo’s Commission on Unalienable Rights and the apoplexy of her critics proves it.
Greg Weiner returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss what it means to be an Old Whig.
The oldest emergency proclamation dates to the Carter Administration, 40 years ago. Two generations of crisis are enough.
To take the bitterness out of these judicial fights, take the power out of the Court.
Demanding that Kavanaugh recuse himself from any Supreme Court rulings on the Mueller investigation is silly.
Public institutions of supposedly liberal learning, which are increasingly alienating mainstream Americans, have no entitlement to public support.
Reflections on a Year of President Trump
Greg Weiner is a contributing editor of Law & Liberty. He is Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Assumption College, where he is also associate professor of political science. He is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. Weiner is the author of Old Whigs: Burke, Lincoln, and the Politics of Prudence and The Political Constitution: The Case Against Judicial Supremacy. He tweets at @GregWeiner1.