The Alleged Pro-Business Bias of the Supreme Court… Sigh…
Stephen Richer, Forbes
Things that happen almost every October: A new Supreme Court term starts, and liberal pundits raise the specter of “The Unjustly Pro-Business Supreme Court.”
Debunking a Progressive Constitutional Myth; or, How Corporations Became People, Too
John Fabian Witt, Balkinization
In the past year or two, a DaVinci Code-like story about the history of the Supreme Court and corporations has made its way through the progressive blogosphere and the Occupy encampments around the country.
Where Orthodoxy Stands
Fr. John A. Peck, Preachers Institute
Orthodoxy contends that the faith cannot be understood from outside the living reality of the Church itself. This creates problems for the habits of modernity.
Why the Christian Philosopher and Christian College Need Each Other
Thaddeus Kozinski, Front Porch Republic
In short, Christian colleges and universities have served as the philosophical guilds in which the Christian philosophical tradition has been passed on from masters to apprentices, for it is only through, in, and by colleges and universities that apprentices become masters.