Judicial Usurpation and Sexual Liberation: Courts and the Abolition of Marriage

Published Date: September 22, 2004 | Topics: Constitutional Issues, Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs

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What Big Tech companies — and all of us — owe America

Published Date: September 11, 2022 | Topics: Politics and Current Affairs

Recently on his “Uncommon Knowledge” broadcast, Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institution at Stanford interviewed Matthew Continetti, author of a fine new book on American conservatism, and Christopher DeMuth, a distinguished public policy scholar and former president of the American Enterprise Institute. Toward the end of the conversation, Robinson asked his guests why America’s Big […]

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The Case for Wielding Obscenity Laws against Online Pornography

Published Date: January 17, 2020 | Topics: Civil Rights and Liberties, Politics and Current Affairs

An interview with Robert P. George [This article was authored by Zachary Evans.] In the midst of a debate among conservatives about whether, and to what extent, the government should curtail online pornography, Professor Robert P. George of Princeton on Monday urged the Justice Department and U.S. Attorney General William Barr to enforce existing obscenity […]

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