David A. Pendleton
David A. Pendleton has served as a schoolteacher, college instructor, trial lawyer elected state legislator, and policy advisor to a state governor, and now adjudicates workers' compensation appeals in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Looking on the positive side of a controversial justice.
A review of Robin Wright's Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East (2008).
America is an experiment in forming essential unity out of kaleidoscopic diversity. Whether it is a successful experiment remains to be answered.
Justice Elena Kagan and the Constitution
On Thursday, August 6, 2009, the U.S. Senate confirmed Sonia Sotomayor to be the 111th justice of the United States Supreme Court. What does that mean for religious liberty in America?
A forced faith is no faith at all: for the freedom to believe entails the freedom to doubt. Such is one of the unspoken though no less important lessons...
Separation of church and state means a lot of things. But it does not mean that the faithful have no voice in the public square. It certainly does not relieve believers from urging government to act with wisdom, justice, and righteousness. And it clearly
The freedom to exercise one's religion is arguably the most precious liberty Americans enjoy. The very first clauses of the Bill of Rights to the United...