It will sooner or later be for the Court to say what the people who ratified the Fourteenth Amendment committed the nation to. Continue Reading »
“Begin with Blackstone’s Commentaries,” wrote presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln in 1860, when asked how to get a thorough knowledge of law; read them “carefully through, say twice.” (That’s four thousand pages, just to “begin” with.) Lawyers involved in drafting and debating the . . . . Continue Reading »
John Finnis clarifies his argument that abortion is unconstitutional in response to Ed Whelan's objections.
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