Even with the help of powerful 21st-century linguistic databases, the phrase “keep and bear arms” remains debatable.
Instead of settling on charges that relate to statutory crimes, with clear, concrete criteria, the Democrats have instead released two articles of impeachment in which the misconduct exists largely in the eye of the beholder.
A consistent reading of the Constitution suggests that the current process of succession is constitutional—and that barring Trump from running again would not be.
The organization has proved it can’t be trusted to fairly review nominees.
Supreme Court justices should resist the urge to refer to presidents by name.