ACLU v. NSA – Brief

A few days ago, I completed my first project for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, originally published here. My task was to review ACLU v. NSA, present a digestible understanding of the court case, and provide a summary of the arguments made by CCJ in their amicus curiae. I have two thoughts about this project. … Continue reading ACLU v. NSA – Brief

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Under How Many Suns by G.K. Chesterton

About a week ago, I began reading  "Brave New Family," a twist on Aldous Huxley's book "Brave New World." The book contains a variety of contributions by G.K. Chesterton and was arranged by Alvaro de Silva. Within the opening pages, de Silva gathered a collection of poems that Chesterton wrote concerning the family. For whatever … Continue reading Under How Many Suns by G.K. Chesterton

We should reflect on George H.W. Bush’s civility in bi-partisan politics

After the passing of former president George H.W. Bush, or the passing of any president, we are invited to a moment of silent reflection. The United States is an incredible nation, facing challenge after challenge, and despite its incredible economic, political, and cultural power, it has never devolved into global empire building. It has had … Continue reading We should reflect on George H.W. Bush’s civility in bi-partisan politics