- Substantive Due Process’ Looms Large in Jackson Hearing
- The Consequences of Victimhood-Based Education Are Deadly
- Clarence and Ginni Thomas, American Patriots
- The Confirmation Hearing and Judge Jackson’s Judicial Philosophy
- Jackson Denies Connection to CRT. Her Past Says Otherwise.
Sen. John Cornyn had a pointed question for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson: does “substantive due process” allow judges to implement an agenda?
Critical race theory is a victimhood ideology aims to defeat the “settler-colonial” enterprise. It does this in increasingly lethal means.
Liberal journalists have another field day because Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife, Ginni, is a conservative and American patriot like him.
Identifying Ketanji Brown Jackson’s judicial philosophy is necessary for the Senate to properly evaluate her nomination to the Supreme Court.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson downplayed her connection to critical race theory during her hearing. Her record says otherwise, however.