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A Jurist For All Seasons

[By Publius, '76 Blog contributor] “We are a nation of laws, not men.” – John Adams, 1770 Antonin Scalia has died, and with him, a major rampart of constitutional jurisprudence has been lost. The longest

The Obergefell v. Hodges decision in biblical perspective

 (By Brad Hughes, Centennial Fellow) The US Supreme Court decision on Obergefell v. Hodges is a clear indicator that our judicial system is badly broken, a clear reminder that the court opposes the Judeo-Christian foundations upon which

Seek justice for Michelle Wilkins’ baby daughter

(Centennial Fellow) Murder charges should be filed against Dynel Lane, the 34 year-old Longmont woman accused of cutting the 7 month old fetus from an expectant mother’s womb. The victim, Michelle Wilkins, survived, but her

Thinking deeper: What is law anyway?

(Centennial Fellow) A recent decision by Summit County to cite eminent domain in their effort to seize Andy and Ceil Barrie’s 10 acre parcel and dream home in Breckinridge so that the county can preserve