Of Arms and the Men

July 20, 2020
Like modern America, Republican Rome was nearly always at war: between 415 and 265 BC, fewer than 10 percent of its years did not have at least one recorded campaign.
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Unconstitutional Wars from Truman Forward

February 12, 2020
From President Truman’s initiation of war against North Korea in June 1950, presidents have exceeded constitutional and statutory authority in exercising the war power.
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The First Amendment and Progress

February 14, 2017
Even if the Founders had been lucidly clear about the moral and philosophical foundations of the First Amendment, it is in a sense futile to argue from their authority.
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