Articles tagged as Trump Administration
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.
In his column for The Catholic Thing, Professor Arkes details the mixed legacy that President Trump and his administration will leave when he departs the White House on January 20th. There were certainly many victories for his administration over the past four years, Arkes writes, such as the confirmation of judges who respect the Constitution, […]
In his recent essay in The Catholic Thing, Professor Hadley Arkes comments on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling regarding The Little Sisters of the Poor and what the ruling means for them as well as similar organizations. The ruling has created a peculiar situation for religious organizations. He notes that the Supreme Court did not deal with […]