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Donald Trump

President Trump is the “dayenu” president

No matter how imperfect Trump is, looking at his record of accomplishments, as to each one I say the Passover word “dayenu” — it would have been enough. During the Passover dinner, one of the songs Jewish families sing is Dayenu. It is in the nature of a “count your [Read More]

Culture

Federalist Society 2017 Natl Lawyers Convention: AG Jeff Sessions

On Friday, November 17, 2017, Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, delivered a rather refreshing speech at the Federalist Society 2017 National Lawyers Convention. Refreshing because it has been a while since the American people have seen Jeff Session in an environment other than before a judiciary or senate hearing where he [Read More]

Donald Trump

Progressive Elites Plot Expansion of Deep State to Destabilize Trump Presidency

While the Progressive elites remain still butt-hurt over their 2016 presidential election loss, they came together at this week’s American Constitution Society’s national convention in Washington to plot the destruction of President Trump and his agenda aka treason via the deep state and federalism California style.  The American Constitution Society [Read More]

Originalism Living Constitution
Politics

Constitutional Originalism or the “living Constitution”: Gorsuch’s nomination and a tale of two law profs

The Gorsuch nomination, pitting Originalism against a “living Constitution,” is a fight for America’s soul — so pay attention because this is important! Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination has brought to the fore the seemingly dry argument about two competing theories of Constitutional interpretation, Originalism and the “living Constitution.” Gorsuch himself [Read More]

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Donald Trump

Judges invent an entirely new, and very illegal, “legal standard” for Donald Trump

When it comes to Donald Trump, Obama-appointed judges are inventing new legal standards unrelated to the Constitution, statutes, cases, or even facts. Progressives are very excited that a federal judge in Kentucky has held that Trump can be sued for inciting violence. Perfectly illustrating this excitement is a WaPo analysis [Read More]

Nuclear Families
Social Issues

Bookworm Beat 3/30/17 — tight-knit communities, nuclear families, and individual worth

Looking at this grab-bag post, I can see the common thread: valuing tight-knit communities, nuclear families, and each individual’s worth. I know why Utah’s welfare is working. Megan McArdle wrote a much-talked-about article in which she looked at Utah, which has extremely good and affordable social services. The key to [Read More]