Talking with Professor John Eastman
John Eastman discusses the absurd accusations that the GOP is court-packing by filling the vacancy.
John Eastman puts the truth into perspective regarding the US Constitution. He joins around the 31:00 mark.
John Eastman fears a Biden Justice Department will put social justice ahead of law and order.
John Eastman discusses the constitutional argument Americans can make against the mask mandates.
Senior Fellow John Eastman joins the Ingraham Angle to discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding President Trump's tax returns.
Dr. John Eastman joined Laura Ingraham to discuss the lawsuits facing the city of Seattle from businesses and property holders located within the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ).
Senior Fellow John Eastman discusses the broad immunity granted to nursing homes by Gov. Cuomo, which excuses them from negligence.
Nearly every American knows the phrase “separation of church and state. Senior Fellow John Eastman explains how and why this famous phrase has played such an outsized role in American life and law.
Claremont Senior Fellow John Eastman discusses the serious privacy concerns that arise from contact tracing.
John Eastman joins Fox News in order to address the absurd claims that Michael Flynn violated the Logan Act.
Judges must navigate between interpreting the Constitution and statutes, working within existing precedents and applying both bodies of law to particular cases. Striking this balance has policy consequences that render the Supreme Court a political branch in the public's mind. As the heated debate of Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement demonstrates, the Court is no longer seen as the "least dangerous branch." How should justices address this tension in their decisions and opinions? Can the Court return to a narrower vision of its judicial duty? If not, what judicial philosophy best fits the reality of the Court's role in a self-governing republic? Claremont's John Eastman joins an expert panel at the American Enterprise Institute to answer these questions and more. (Dr. Eastman's presentation begins at 65:09.)