Are our natural rights universal, or do some rights should stop at the state line? Today at The Federalist, I wrote about concealed carry reciprocity and how second amendment rights are treated differently from other rights.
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.
Which states pay more in taxes? I looked into the numbers today at The Federalist:
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about the fight over the adoption tax credit, and what it says about the Republican Party’s lack of commitment to true tax reform.
My latest at The Federalist: why Major League Baseball should expand–to New York.
Over the weekend, I wrote for The Federalist about Washington, the Episcopal Church, and the purpose of history and memory.
Bowe Bergdahl is guilty, no matter what President Trump has to say about him. My latest at The Federalist.
What if the reason your party loses elections isn’t gerrymandering? What if it’s just that no one wants to vote for you? My latest article at The Federalist takes on the idea that gerrymandering permanently rigs elections.