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Gorsuch strikes a blow for constitutional equilibrium

A conservative justice sides with progressives on an immigration case, and against the administrative state. Continue Reading....

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11 senators are about to make a big mistake

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee appears likely to vote against Mike Pompeo. Continue Reading....

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Hollywood’s newest action star: The Constitution’s taking clause

It’s a true-story thriller featuring heroes, villains and a history-making struggle. ‘Little Pink House’ speaks truth to power. Continue Reading....

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The U.S. is as secure as Trump’s temperament will let it be

The top three security threats to the United States do not include Russia. I have some advice for President Trump on how to navigate them. Continue Reading....

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Trump’s Syria strike was meant to project strength. It did the opposite.

The limited strike will only embolden U.S. adversaries. Continue Reading....

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Shopping has changed. South Dakota wants in on the action.

The state says the Supreme Court should upend precedent regarding online retailers and sales taxes. Continue Reading....

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We need to go big in Syria. North Korea is watching.

A decisive strike can send a message to Pyongyang. Continue Reading....

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Republicans and Democrats just did something big together

They faced down Big Tech and passed bipartisan legislation that will let sex-trafficking victims pursue justice. Continue Reading....

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Firing missiles into Syria may be cathartic — but catharsis isn’t foreign policy

America’s ability to influence events in Syria is vanishingly small. Continue Reading....

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There’s no good reason to stop felons from voting

This phenomenon creates a problem of facilitating their reentry into society. Continue Reading....

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