Also today at The Federalist, I discuss antinomianism in religion and politics, and what it means about partisan defenses of Roy Moore and Al Franken.
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about why–despite the legitimate concerns–a national identification card is a good idea.
Casinos refused to give Phil Ivey what he had won. Instead of paying him, they sued him. I wrote about it today at The Federalist.
Back from vacation!
This morning at The Federalist, I wrote about why the Clinton Foundation would be a fount of corruption in a second Clinton administration.
Also today, I wrote this piece for The Federalist, explaining why the e-mail scandal, even if it’s not criminal, shows that Hillary Clinton should not be President of the United States.