Author Archives: Gene Healy
Without Congress’s approval, he has no legal authority to start a war, no matter what John Bolton seems to think.
Despite what his defenders say, it’s not true that the nominee is agnostic about the constitutionality of prosecuting a sitting president.
He wants to be the anti-Trump Whittaker Chambers. His past extremism and present histrionics make that an ill-fitting role.
HIs erratic behavior isn’t going to weaken his office: just the opposite.
In “Spectre,” the spy series returns to good, campy fun.
A ghoulish Johnny Depp channels Whitey Bulger’s malice in a story of literal “gangster government.”
Ira Stoll’s new book is wrong to claim JFK for the right—he was a thorough statist.
Executive Unbound: After the Madisonian Republic, Eric Posner and Adrian Vermeule, Oxford …
from The American Conservative