John Eastman delivers the closing remarks at the Claremont Institute's 2016 Constitution Day Celebration.
John Marini joins “Life, Liberty & Levin” 6.16.19
John Marini joins Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin" to discuss governmental abuse of power and its effect on individual liberty.
John Marini is a Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute and professor of political science at the University of Nevada-Reno.
Read Marini’s essay, “After Trump: The Political and Moral Legitimacy of American Government“, here at The American Mind.
His major essays at the Claremont Review of Books, including “Donald Trump and the American Crisis” and “How the Ruling Class Rules” are must reads for all those wishing to understand American politics today.
His book, Unmasking the Administrative State: The Crisis of American Politics in the Twenty-First Century, is the fruit of years of study on the workings of the administrative state. Watch Marini and Claremont Senior Fellow Michael Anton discussing the book here.
When the first Civil Service Reform Act passed in 1883, “good government” reformers envisioned nonpartisan civil servants fairly administering the federal bureaucracy. From the vantage point of 2016, it is clear this dream has turned into a nightmare.
The Claremont Institute commemorated the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with panel discussions addressing some of the most pressing threats to our constitutional system. Panel 3: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Trump Administration.
Claremont Institute Washington Fellow Bill Bennett offers his remarks at the 2011 Dinner in Honor of Sir Winston Churchill. The event is hosted by the Claremont Institute in Newport Beach, CA. The 2011 Statesmanship Award went to Congressman Paul Ryan.
Dr. John Eastman, Founding Director of the Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, discusses the meaning of the 14th Amendment's citizenship clause.
Charles Kesler interviews John Marini on the Western and political thought; Westerns and the American story; President Nixon vs. the administrative state; individual rights vs. the administrative state; and the Constitution vs. the administrative state.