The only people who should fear condemnation of anti-Semitism are anti-Semites.
No one is hurt or disadvantaged if a transgender woman is allowed to use a woman's bathroom.
This combination of "progressive" ends with regressive means has produced an intolerance among many millennials for traditional processes and procedures that lie at the heart of our constitution.
The correct constitutional approach is to permit protests while insulating the jury from them.
There is no legitimate basis in Minnesota law for charging Kim Potter with second-degree manslaughter in the tragic death of Daunte Wright.
No reasonable person watching that video could justify what Chauvin did—certainly not during the final several minutes when Floyd, incapable of offering resistance, cried for his mother and said he couldn't breathe.
I have no brief for Derek Chauvin. What I saw on the video was inexcusable. But I do have a brief for the fair application of law to every defendant, even those whose conduct I abhor.
The dean of Georgetown's law school sent a chilling message: if you are to participate in any discussion regarding grades and race, you must express the politically correct view of the matter.
In a democracy with an open marketplace of ideas, the right to hear is more fundamental than any purported right to cancel.
President Trump on January 6 was protesting the actions of other branches of government — wrongly, but constitutionally nonetheless.
A majority of the Senate is seeking the new and unprecedented power to disqualify a future candidate for office who is now a private citizen.
Whatever one may think of President Trump's speech last Wednesday—I personally found it deeply upsetting—one thing is clear: It was fully protected by the First Amendment.
In all cases, it would be better to capture war criminals alive, but if that is not possible, it is entirely lawful and moral to neutralize them and the threats they pose, while limiting the collateral damage to others.
When President Trump reviews the applications for executive clemency currently before him, he will be performing a critical constitutional duty: "To take care that the laws be faithfully executed."
The last thing the Democratic Party needs is yet another prominent politician who harbors negative views about America's most reliable ally, Israel.
The South Carolina decision will almost certainly encourage more judicial intervention into the 2020 presidential election, especially if mail-in ballots determine the outcome in battleground states.
Senators will now have to decide whether to take the Supreme Court further down the road of divisiveness and politicization.
Allowing a university department to impose its collective beliefs on all professors and students is a core violation of academic freedom. It threatens freedom of speech and conscience.
For now, there must be assurances that no barriers are put in the way of voters who wish to cast their ballots by mail.
One ultimate check upon presidential power comes in the form of the ballot box.
A rebuttal to the liberal commentator's recent call for the eradication of the Zionist project.
We must always thoroughly investigate claims and maintain a basic societal presumption of innocence.
Talk about Israel's possible "annexation" of portions of Judea and Samaria is legally misguided.
In the face of ferocious partisan attacks, I will continue to do what I've been doing for 55 years: defending the Constitution and the rights of controversial people.