Neil Gorsuch isn’t the real danger. The Supreme Court is.
Rob Hunter holds a PhD in political science from Princeton University. He lives in Washington, DC.
The legal fight against Trump’s attack on Muslims will only succeed if it’s backed up by mass politics.
Donald Trump’s Supreme Court will fight social progress at every turn. But his reactionary judiciary can’t just be resisted in the courts.
Libertarianism offers no solution to today’s plutocratic politics — it’s nothing more than a reactionary rejection of political struggle.
President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination exemplifies the liberal politics of accommodation.
The Supreme Court is a bulwark of reaction. We should be checking its power, not paying deference to it.
Resisting the commodification of information is a political struggle, not a technical one.
The Oregon militiamen aren’t taking a stand against mandatory minimums. Justice for landowners isn’t justice for workers.
A new book on Ruth Bader Ginsburg celebrates the liberal project of achieving social change through the courts. But that project has failed.
Claims of the West’s inherent moral superiority end up excusing its atrocities.
The gains of the Civil Rights Movement won’t be expanded through constitutional law, but solidarity and militant struggle.
Six Californias? Having one is bad enough.
By fixating on the Supreme Court, liberals have inherited the framers’ skepticism of popular sovereignty and mass politics.