The American Political Scene

The Rise and Fall of Church-State Separation and the Need to Reclaim It

By Joseph Chuman
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The separation of church and state is on its deathbed. The encroachment of religion into the public square over the past several decades is a threat to democratic norms and sensibilities. It is commensurate with the merger of religion and the state, and we should be very concerned. Among the darkest forces in human history has been…

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Crime, the Dangers of Racial Tropes, and the Limits of Racial Metaphors

By Michael Javen Fortner
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“Why do people who deal drugs have more rights than people who try to get up and go to work everyday and take their children to school,” asked San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed in an interview with KQED, a San Francisco based media company.[1]  This was her response to a question about a previous statement saying that…

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A Republic, If We Can Keep It

By Robert Lacey
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Robert J. Lacey Introduction The insurrection on January 6, 2021 was one of the darkest hours in American political history.  If there were any doubts that we live in desperate times, the images from that day have dispelled them for good.  Searching for causes, many commentators have pointed to our fragmented media landscape and to the echo…

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths


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