Sarah Palin is different from other people who have run for president or vice president, writes John J. Pitney. Jr., in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
A new California law prompts consideration of whether the protection of gays and lesbians comes at the expense of other citizens.
Clarence Thomas, my favorite Supreme Court justice, has shown remarkable courage in telling his life story up to the time of his tempestuous nomination battle.
David Foster is an associate professor of political science at Ashland University.
Gregg Frazer is Professor of History & Political Studies at The Master's College in Santa Clarita, CA.
Lance T. Izumi is Director of Education Studies at the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy.
Anthony Fucaloro is George C.S. Benson Professor of Public Relations at Claremont McKenna College.
Steven Forde is professor of political science at the University of North Texas.
Matthew J. Franck is professor and chairman of political science at Radford University in Virginia. His most recent book (with Richard G. Stevens) is Sober As a Judge: The Supreme Court and Republican Liberty
A story about embryonic stem cell research, from today's (12/3) Los Angeles Times
“Behold!” reads an official police notice on the waiting-room wall at the Bethnal Green police station, in the East London borough of Tower Hamlets. “Fear from people should not prevent one from saying the truth if he knows it.” It is a hadith saying of the Prophet Muhammad, stuck amid a row of posters urging Britons to do their civic duty and report any crimes they might get wind of. Tower Hamlets, which includes large Bengali and Somali communities, is a majority-minority borough.