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Christians, the Constitution, and the Gospel According to Bernie

Growing up, my father was my source for all things political and historical.  He took joy in keeping me apprised on current events around the world, and he ultimately inspired my early curiosity in politics and law.  But he himself had never worked in government, law, or politics.  I was in elementary school when I […]

The Feinstein Paradox

Judge Gorsuch’s nomination hearings began today. Much could be said given all that was uttered from the dais, but I’ll keep my powder dry regarding most of it. I would like to focus on one highlight, however – I’ll call it the Feinstein Paradox.* In her opening statement, Senator Feinstein highlighted “the 14 key cases […]