Articles tagged as Biden Administration

  • Grimm Indeed: Gerry Bradley in First Things

    by James Wilson Institute on July 2, 2021
    In an essay for First Things, JWI Trustee and Senior Scholar Gerry Bradley comments on the Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari in Gloucester County School Board v. Grimm. The case turns on whether Gavin Grimm, born a biological female, should be allowed to use the boy’s restroom, with the Fourth Circuit ruling in Grimm’s favor. […]
  • “A Better Originalism” – Arkes and Snedeker in The American Mind

    by James Wilson Institute on March 29, 2021
    A new statement of purpose published in The American Mind, written by Prof. Hadley Arkes, Garrett Snedeker, Joshua Hammer, and Matthew Peterson calls upon conservatives to adopt an originalism of moral substance. The authors write: “We are faced with a moment of political crisis. The Biden administration seeks to fundamentally transform the United States by […]
  • “On the Moral Alchemy of the Political Party”: Hadley Arkes in The Catholic Thing

    by James Wilson Institute on March 2, 2021
    In his column for The Catholic Thing, JWI Founder and Director Hadley Arkes reflects on the historical role of political parties in the U.S. and the state that they are in today. The parties of the present have lost their sense of morality and no longer know their place in our society, Arkes contends, noting […]
  • VIDEO: Courts and Legal Challenges in a Biden Administration

    by James Wilson Institute on January 18, 2021
    On January 13, 2021, Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network and Adam White of the Scalia School of Law at George Mason University joined JWI’s Garrett Snedeker for an interactive webinar on the regulatory agenda that the Biden administration will pursue, and how the courts are likely to weigh in.