Justice Antonin Scalia

Why Gun Grabbers Are All In To Defeat Kavanaugh Nomination

"Kavanaugh believes in a very vigorous Second Amendment right to bear arms, and he thinks there is little room for constitutionally permissible gun control," says UCLA law professor Adam Winkler, which is one reason why the Left so vehemently opposes him.

What Justice Antonin Scalia Foresaw

Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News

"This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty," he said, "robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves."

Scalia was a jurist of colossal consequence

George F. Will, Triblive.com

Scalia's death will enkindle a debate missing from this year's presidential campaign, a debate discomfiting for some conservatives: Do they want a passive court that is deferential to legislative majorities and to presidents who claim untrammeled powers deriving from national majorities? Or do they want a court actively engaged in defending liberty's borders against unjustified encroachments by majorities?

Cruz Wins Posthumous Scalia Endorsement In SC GOP Debate

Internet trolls and the perpetually outraged will be predictably stirred-up by our headline, but in the race to memorialize the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia during the South Carolina Republican debate the only candidate who actually got Scalia right was Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. 

Cruz Wins Posthumous Scalia Endorsement In SC GOP Debate

Internet trolls and the perpetually outraged will be predictably stirred-up by our headline, but in the race to memorialize the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia during the South Carolina Republican debate the only candidate who actually got Scalia right was Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. 

Supremes to GOP Leaders: Man-Up On Obamacare

What Justice Roberts’ opinion and the Supreme Court majority said to Congressional Republican leaders in King v. Burwell was, in essence, “don’t expect us to save you from the bad policies previous Congresses passed into law,” so “man-up” and do the work the Constitution gave you to fix them or live with them. And the way we see it, this tough love from Justice Roberts to the Republican leaders in Congress applies to other areas of Obama overreach and governmental “jiggery-pokery" as well.