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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The Dishonorable Sheriff

Published Date: January 9, 2011 | Topics: Politics and Current Affairs

Evidently, some people just can’t help themselves. When a tragedy happens or a crime is committed, they can’t resist the temptation to blame their political opponents. By exploiting a tragedy for partisan advantage, they cover themselves with dishonor. Exhibit A: Pima County, Arizona, sheriff Clarence Dupnik. His appearance and manner are avuncular, but his preachments […]

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Friend of the Court, Friend of the Truth: An Exchange Between Politico and Robert P. George

Published Date: December 6, 2023 | Topics: Constitutional Issues, Natural Law

This piece originally appeared in the Public Discourse. Recently, Politico published a sprawling article by Heidi Przybyla ostensibly about the role of amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) briefs in constitutional litigation, but really about the power and influence of Leonard Leo—and about the role I played in litigation resulting in the Supreme Court’s overruling of Roe v. Wade. Ms. Przybyla’s piece, […]

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