Congress

Clarence Thomas: Expanding The Administrative State Comes At The Expense Of The Constitution

During his tenure on the Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas has questioned the constitutional basis with respect to the growth of the administrative state, whereby a federal agency amasses legislative, executive, and judicial de facto powers. He has raised concerns that this development is contrary […]

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Historically Black Colleges Should Not Be Exempt From Market Forces

Upon his death in 1832, the Quaker philanthropist Richard Humphreys bequeathed one-tenth of his estate for the founding of the African Institute. That Pennsylvania academy would eventually become the nation’s first HBCU, Cheyney University. Since that time, Historically Black Colleges and Universities have educated millions, […]

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The True Goal Of The J6 Committee Is To Slander And Shame Conservatives Out Of The Public Sphere

Democrats on the House Select Committee to Investigate January 6 claim their public hearings, starting this week, are meant to “tell the story about what happened” that day. But millions of Americans watched the violence unfold on television, and there’s been breathless news coverage in the months […]

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