Timothy Sandefur notes that modern progressivism has occasionally strayed from its puritanical, controlling roots. Thankfully.
David R. Upham provides a coherent - and troubling - explanation of progressive jurisprudence.
A plea for the most famous footnote in American jurisprudence.
Sandhya Bathija argues that the Constitution can and does evolve - democratically, and toward liberty.
Timothy Sandefur doubts the usefulness of rational basis judicial review.
David R. Upham argues that the people can indeed be trusted to guard their own liberties. For the most part.
Sandhya Bathija argues that libertarian judicial philosophy opposed many important civil rights gains, and would do so again if we returned to it.
Today's judiciary is philosophically far removed from its individualist, classical liberal foundations.
Powerful private interests can easily manipulate legislatures. That's exactly why courts need to watch over them so closely.
Kermit Roosevelt III responds to Sandefur's charge that modern courts are too deferent to the legislature.