Tag Archives: National Review

Romans 13 and the Thorny Moral Questions Posed by Illegal Immigration

The family-separation controversy is a lot more complicated than it’s made out to be. Continue Reading....

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On Gerrymandering, SCOTUS Punts With a Purpose

There’s no easy judicial path through what is (at its heart) a tangled political morass. Continue Reading....

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What Family Separations Teach Us about Central American Migration

Past migration has a snowballing effect. Continue Reading....

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Madison and Hamilton, Founders and Enemies

The great statesmen from opposing parties never reconciled. In that, we should not follow their lead. Continue Reading....

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Free-Market Republicans Risk Irrelevance by Ignoring the Concerns of Blue-Collar Voters

We need a plan for faster growth that doesn’t come at the expense of the middle and working classes. Continue Reading....

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California Farm Workers Fight Their Union — and the State — in Court

To decertify the UFW as their union, Gerawan Farming employees have had to contend with unelected state bureaucrats. Continue Reading....

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Trump the Bulldozer

The President cows his critics, but he should be careful how much loyalty he demands. Continue Reading....

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This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—June 17

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism-June 17 Continue Reading....

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Congress’s Shameful Abdication of War-Making Powers Continues Apace

The imperial presidency’s enablers have a responsibility to do right by America’s constitutional order. Continue Reading....

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Asymmetrical Capitalism

One of the biggest problems with health insurance: Most Americans have effectively zero choice in that market. Continue Reading....

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