What is the Judicial Doctrine of Originalism?

The following are excerpts from the Statement of Lawrence B. Solum, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of  Law at Georgetown University Law Center, given at the Senate Hearings on the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court. [Bracketed and italicized … Continue reading

The future of conservatism in America

Now that “liberals,” who are and always have been leftists, are trying to change their title to “progressive”, maybe conservatives can take back the name “liberal.”  Classical liberalism, the old time liberalism, is essentially what conservatives mean to describe themselves today. From … Continue reading

More guns, fewer fatal gun accidents

More Firearms, More Firearms Owners, Fewer Fatal Accidents The National Safety Council released the 2017 edition of its annual Injury Facts report this week, and it contains welcome news about firearm safety. The number of fatal firearms accidents dropped to … Continue reading

An historical primer on the ideological subversion and demoralization of America

A 1984 interview with Yuri Bezmenov, a high ranking KGB defector. Bezmenov tries to warn America of the communist attempt at the ideological subversion, demoralization, destablization and eventual normalization of leftist propaganda, finally ending by the loss of freedom. … Continue reading

Gorsuch tells Feinstein that “Heller” is the “law of the land”

Pressed on Heller, Gorsuch says it’s “the law of the land” The death of Antonin Scalia has, I think, been the ramrod of Democrat’s new boldness on getting more anti-gun legislation.  If you read the NRA daily alerts you will … Continue reading

Is the subprime auto-loan bubble about to burst?

This comes from Real Money:The Street: Several data points to consider: Losses for subprime auto loans, annualized, were 9.1% in January, up from from 8.5% in December and 7.9% in the first month of 2016, according to S&P. The rate is … Continue reading