Garrett Epps is legal affairs editor of the Washington Monthly. He has taught constitutional law at American University, the University of Baltimore, Boston College, Duke, and the University of Oregon. He is the author of American Epic: Reading the U.S. Constitution.
The framers of the Fourteenth Amendment saw today’s Republican Party coming.
Two eminent philosophers, disguised as bad historians, show SCOTUS a path to a 50-state abortion ban.
The brilliant jurist’s surprisingly (or not) weak case for the Supreme Court’s historic legitimacy.
The Texas Attorney General tried to kill the Affordable Care Act and fix the election for Trump. He’s also been accused of campaign finance and securities law violations. But his real problem is that he’s a jackass.
Appraising the racial legacy of Justice John Marshall Harlan, the Court’s famous civil rights dissenter.