Kyle Scott, PhD, teaches American politics and constitutional law at Duke University. He has published three books and dozens of articles on issues ranging from political parties to Plato. His commentary on contemporary politics has appeared in Forbes, Reuters.com, Christian Science Monitor, Foxnews.com, and dozens of local outlets including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Baltimore Sun. http://kyleascott.wordpress.com
When the government limits liberty it limits humanity.
The written word, and thus written laws, will always be misinterpreted.
The claim that education, a college education, is a right confuses a right with an entitlement.
A left-right battle over the Founding Fathers.
Separation of church and state is not a matter of convenience or tool of political expediency. They should be kept separate if it helps your cause or not.
Cultivating character is more important than crafting laws.
The longer the nomination season the more extreme the candidates become. Bye-bye moderate Mitt, hello polarized politics.
If you want to shock students, and all people, tell them the government should be just.
Republicans need to know themselves.