People can survive roads with potholes and even live without an education, but as Locke showed, they will always need police and a system of justice.
Doesn’t Scalia’s originalism allow for just the kind of moral principle that Vermeule supports?
A writer and foreign policy adviser to John McCain and Marco Rubio now realizes that conservatism was never a good cause.
James Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia and a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Edwin J. Feulner Institute.