Category Archives: constitution

Thomas Sowell is Brilliant; Editor of Time Magazine? Not so Much

Mr. Sowell weighs in on the current debate concerning whether or not the Constitution is still relevant. Just the fact that someone (Time magazine editor, big surprise there) is asking that question demonstrates a toxic blend of fundamental nonunderstanding (yeah, … Continue reading

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Anton Scalia: The Constitution is Dead

Anton Scalia is one smart guy. Here he explains the difference between a philosophy of the Constitution as an unchanging document and one that is alive and can swing in the breezes of the time.

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