Dwight G. Duncan
Bracingly liberal views
28 Feb 2013 |
tags: law, obituaries, political correctness
Legal scholar Ronald Dworkin, the grand old man of political correctness, died earlier this month.
Religious freedom: use it or lose it
27 Jun 2012 |
This is a Paul Revere moment for America. But it's not the British who are coming; it's Big Brother.
Fashioning a constitutional right to gay marriage
7 Aug 2010 |
Judge Walker wrote a firewall opinion: no matter what judicial standard applied, gays would always win.
Whistling past the graveyard
20 Jul 2010 |
tags: public discourse, secularism
Why is public debate so shallow, impoverished and pointless? A new book contends that reason has been exiled and replaced by mere reasonableness.
Is same-sex marriage in the US running out of steam?
29 Jul 2006 |
In several states this month, courts handed down decisions which did not favour the cause of social reform. Is a judicial consensus emerging?
Tipping the balance
22 Jul 2005 |
Distinguished, polite, intelligent, poised, competent, honest and direct: the press has run out of adjectives to describe President Bush's Supreme Court nominee. What should we really be looking for?