Judicial Activism on Townhall

David Malcolm - Thu Nov 3

It is a revealing, and perhaps sad, commentary on the state of the GOP nomination process that so little - if any - discussion has been spent on the proper role of the federal government's most powerful branch, the scope of its powers, and the identity of its future members. ... more

Ken Connor - Sun Jun 26

In modern politics, the "single issue voter" gets a pretty bad rap. He is seen as unrealistic and intellectually myopic, a disservice to his party and, ultimately, his cause. Politics, after all, is about pragmatism; it is the art of the possible, and no thinking person allows themselves to be guided by their feelings on one single issue. ... more

Debra J. Saunders - Sun Jan 30

Four times this month, the U.S. Supreme Court has slapped down the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. ... more

Ken Klukowski - Wed Jan 26

To make full use of Senator Lee’s extraordinary knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, Republican Leader Mitch McConnell should appoint Senator Lee to serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee. ... more

Austin Hill - Sun Jan 2

The issue that captured hearts and minds in a slow news time was Hawaii Governor Abercrombie's personal and passionate rebuke of the so-called "birthers." ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Apr 21

Credited with writing several feminist precepts into U.S. constitutional law based on the spurious notion that our Constitution is a "living" (i.e., re-interpretable) document, she now wants to expand that process to welcome foreign law. ... more