Please, No More Volunteers
The Wall Street Journal. February 12, 2002.
Bench Politics: Senate Stalls on Judges Who Would Uphold the Constitution
Legal Times. January 21, 2002.
Right, Center, & Left Support Free & Open Debate in Wartime: Dissent Does Not Give Aid, Comfort to Enemy
Cato.org. December 10, 2001.
First Thoughts on the New Money Laundering Act
Cato.org. December 6, 2001.
Guarding the Home Front: Will civil liberties be a casualty in the War on Terrorism?
Reason. December 6, 2001.
Craving Comity … And Losing at Hardball
National Review (Online). October 30, 2001.
Judges and the Constitution: Everything Is Politics
National Review (Online). September 6, 2001.
Picking Judges: The Senate Should Stand on Principle
Cato.org. July 20, 2001.
The Reform That Corrupts
National Review (Online). January 24, 2001.
No Controlling Legal Authority
Cato.org. January 15, 2001.
Violence Against Women Act Exceeds Federal Authority
Los Angeles Daily Journal. March 30, 2000.
They’re Back: The Rehnquist Court is returning to constitutional principles that the New Deal Court had simply pushed aside.
Legal Times. February 14, 2000.
Feminism and the Limits of Federal Power
Cato.org. January 17, 2000.
The Great American Behemoth
The Wall Street Journal. September 15, 1999.
A “Radical” for the FEC?
Cato.org. July 30, 1999.
“Slaughterhouse Cases” Undone?
National Law Journal. May 31, 1999.
The Blame Game
Rocky Mountain News. May 19, 1999.
Impeachment Is Not Politics
The Wall Street Journal. September 25, 1998.
Judicial Remedies for Prisoners’ Rights
The Wall Street Journal. September 9, 1998.
Victims Would Be Better Served by Looking to the States, Where Most Laws Are Enforced.
Insight. August 31, 1998.
High Court Reins in Overweening Government
The Wall Street Journal. June 23, 1998.
Who’s Afraid of a Constitutional Amendment on Term Limits?
The Wall Street Journal. October 16, 1996.
Term Limits and The Great Con-Con Hoax
Cato.org. September 2, 1996.
Taylor Is Guilty of the Faults He Attributes to Justice Thomas
Legal Times. July 8, 1996.
Founders Intended Only Limited Powers
USA Today. July 21, 1995.