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Are We Still a Nation of Laws?

Jurisprudence. Law. Regulation. The Judiciary. From the Supreme Court to the regulatory regime of the administrative state, the Constitution and the very meaning and purpose of law in America is in dispute.

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00:13:57

Matthew Spalding joins the Claremont Institute at the APSA 8.30.2019

Matthew Spalding, Associate Vice President of Hillsdale College and Fellow at the Claremont Institute, appeared on a panel at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting to discuss the 116th Congress and its efficacy as a lawmaking body.

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10 minutes

Does the Right Dare Fight?

Putting the question to David French about moral reasoning in action.

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14:05

Dr. John Eastman joins “Life, Liberty, & Levin” 5.12.19

Dr. John Eastman joins Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty, & Levin" to discuss the problems with obstruction of justice claims emerging from Part II of the Mueller Report.

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1:09:58

America’s Cold Civil War

Is America in a cold civil war? The Claremont Institute and Heritage Foundation team up to discuss the deep divide our country now finds itself in.

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4:13

John Eastman on “The Ingraham Angle,” 2.19.19

Eastman joined Laura Ingraham to discuss the national emergency lawsuit.

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1:07:47

Eastman Debates Originalism

John Eastman, Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute, debates Michael Gerhardt on whether or not the U.S. Constitution should be interpreted according to its original public meaning at the Heritage Foundation.

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20 minutes

After Trump: The Political and Moral Legitimacy of American Government

Claremont Institute Senior Fellow John Marini is one of the few experts on American Government who understood the rise of Trump from the beginning of the 2016 election cycle. Now he looks to the fundamental question that Trump's presidency raises: is the legitimacy of our political system based on the authority of the American people and the American nation-state, or the authority of experts and their technical knowledge in the service of "progress"?

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29 minutes

Our Revolution’s Logic

In 2010, Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Angelo Codevilla reintroduced the notion of "the ruling class" back into American popular discourse. In 2017, he described contemporary American politics as a "cold civil war." Now he applies the "logic of revolution" to our current political scene.