Judge Alice Batchelder accepts the Claremont Institute's 2016 Jurisprudence Award.
The Trump Phenomenon: How Did We Get Here, and What’s at Stake?
A Republican presidential field that was hailed as the most talented in a generation has been flummoxed, humbled, and finally beaten by Donald Trump. Whatever decision individual conservatives make come November, the time has come for the Right to reckon with what has happened.
Charles Kesler is a Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute, Editor of the Claremont Review of Books, host of Claremont’s The American Mind video series, and the Dengler-Dykema Distinguished Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College.
Martha Bayles is a Fellow at the Hudson Institute and Associate Professor of the Practice of the Humanities, Boston College.
Wendy Stone Long is Co-Founder, Judicial Crisis Network.
William Voegeli is a senior editor of the Claremont Review of Books and author of: Never Enough: America’s Limitless Welfare State (Encounter Books)
Peter Wehner is Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center.
Michael Pack (moderator) is President and CEO, Claremont Institute.
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During this interview, Senior Fellow Christopher Caldwell breaks down the effects of the 1964 Civil Rights legislation. Caldwell's interview begins around the 20:45 mark.
In this town hall, Dr. John C. Eastman, Founding Director of the Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, takes a look at the oral arguments from two of the Supreme Court's recent cases—Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association and Sturgeon v. Frost.
This year, the Supreme Court will have several chances to reevaluate the deference it has historically given the administrative state. The Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence is taking a particular interest in this fight to rein in the excesses of unaccountable agencies and help restore constitutional government.