Author Archives: Kevin R.C. Gutzman
The problem with relying on federal courts to protect liberty.
A new book on the founding father complicates the Philadelphia Convention cult’s enterprise.
A Founding Father gets his due—in a hip-hop musical.
The imperial presidency is a product of our nation’s framing. Were there monarchists among the Founders?
Lynne Cheney’s love letter to the fourth president exaggerates more than it enlightens.
Talk radio’s Mark Levin makes a strangely familiar case in his new book, The Liberty Amendments
Roger Sherman’s role in the creation of the American republic
Appraising the Supreme Court’s most Jeffersonian justice
Petraeus for VP? Both parties have a long, dismal history of nominating unqualified generals.
What the Founders thought of the power-grab behind Obamacare is revealed in the Constitution’s ratifying debates.
Under the guise of following the Constitution, our legal elites usurp it.
from The American Conservative