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Resisting Obama's Transgender Directive: A Hill to Die On May. 17, 2016

David Limbaugh

To achieve its political ends, the left doesn't just assault the Constitution through the appointmen... Read More

Short-Handed Supreme Court Missing Calls Apr. 22, 2016

Daily Editorials

"It's my job to call balls and strikes," John Roberts told a Senate committee at his confirmation he... Read More

Judge Garland and the Left's Disdain for Truth Mar. 22, 2016

Dennis Prager

The mainstream media — that is, the liberal media — share all the views and characterist... Read More

There's Nothing Academic About Campus Rape Aug. 02, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

"The price of a college education should never be the risk of a sexual assault," Sen. Kirsten Gillib... Read More

Is Baltimore's Mosby Seeking Justice or Something Else? May. 08, 2015

David Limbaugh

It is the prerogative of Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby to prosecute the police offic... Read More

Fairness and Justice Feb. 11, 2015

Walter E. Williams

Oxfam reports that the richest 1 percent of people in the world own 48 percent of the world's wealth... Read More

Administration Exploits Ferguson to Undermine Race Relations and Rule of Law Dec. 02, 2014

David Limbaugh

I wish there were a way to address the Ferguson controversy without generating further controversy. ... Read More

Sorry, but the Grand Jury Got It Right Nov. 27, 2014

David Harsanyi

For many in the media, the St. Louis County grand jury's decision was going to confirm the existence... Read More

Supreme Court Justice Eric Holder? Sep. 30, 2014

Chuck Norris

After 5 1/2 bumpy years of controversial service, the besieged but bolstered attorney general, Eric ... Read More

Can a Gun Owner Get Justice in New Jersey? Aug. 13, 2014

Jacob Sullum

Shaneen Allen faces three and a half years in prison because she made an honest mistake, followed by... Read More

One Court, Indivisible, Votes Liberty and Justice For All Jun. 26, 2014

Robert Scheer

This week's unanimous Supreme Court decision affirming a robust Fourth Amendment protection for cell... Read More

Madam Justice, Stand Your Ground Apr. 25, 2014

Jamie Stiehm

"I wish she would step down." In Washington chatter circles, it's in jaded vogue to say Supreme Cou... Read More

What's Wrong with Victims' Rights? Apr. 20, 2014

Steve Chapman

Criminals are generally despised, and cops are not universally beloved. But one participant in the c... Read More

The For-Hire Soldiers in the Fight for Justice Apr. 19, 2014

Diane Dimond

Time for a word about private investigators. TV dramas of the past left the impression that the prim... Read More

The Symbolism of one Adjunct Professor's Death Mar. 26, 2014

Jim Hightower

If one obscure college professor dies, does it make any difference? If you're Margaret Mary Vojtko, ... Read More

Obama Administration Mandates Racism in Schools Jan. 17, 2014

Mona Charen

The Departments of Education and Justice have teamed up to make the lives of students in tough neigh... Read More

A Crime and Justice Wish List for 2014 Dec. 28, 2013

Diane Dimond

At the top of my Crime and Justice wish list this year is the sincere hope that America finds a way ... Read More

The Miracle of the Rule of Law Dec. 03, 2012

Susan Estrich

It's easy, as a law professor and practicing lawyer, to take the rule of law for granted and even to... Read More

Should We Abolish the Jury System? Jul. 04, 2011

Ben Shapiro

On Tuesday, a Florida jury found Casey Anthony not guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her... Read More

Snapshots From a Watershed Weekend May. 04, 2011

Suzanne Fields

What a weekend. A wedding and a funeral. Love and war. A duchess anointed, a terrorist assassinated.... Read More