The polls were right, and the pundits were wrong. A Republican presidential field that was hailed as the most talented in a generation has been flummoxed, humbled, and finally beaten by Donald Trump. The Party of Lincoln is now firmly in the hands of a Manhattan billionaire, and conservatives seem hopelessly divided about how to proceed.
The Administrative State and the New “Conservative” Majority on the Supreme Court
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 2: The Administrative State and the New "Conservative" Majority on the Supreme Court.
Michael M. Uhlmann is a Senior Fellow and faculty member of the Claremont Institute, and visiting professor of political science at Claremont Graduate University.
Damien M. Schiff is a Senior Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation.
Joseph Tartakovsky is is the James Wilson Fellow in Constitutional Law at the Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy and a contributing editor at the Claremont Review of Books.
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Michael Anton and Christopher Caldwell discuss the uncertainty and obstructionism surrounding Britain's supposedly impending exit from the E.U.
Charles Kesler interviews Christopher DeMuth on civil rights, neoconservatives, and problems without solutions; the rise of the administrative state; fighting the administrative state; the coming crisis of the national debt and deficit problem; and new institutions and the think tank phenomenon.