- Ill Literacy, Episode XX: Lincoln and the American Founding (Guest: Lucas E. Morel) - November 23, 2020
- Ill Literacy, Episode XIX: A Cry from the Far Middle (Guest: P.J. O’Rourke) - November 17, 2020
- Ill Literacy, Episode XVIII: Men on Horseback (Guest: David A. Bell) - November 11, 2020
Author Lee Strang conducts a “Con Law for Dummies” presentation for the benefit of The Heartland Institute’s Tim Benson, and argues that originalism is the best explanation of our existing constitutional practice and why is it the most attractive theory of constitutional interpretation, easily accommodates societal and constitution change, and does a better job of advancing human flourishing than other schools of constitution interpretation. He then delves into the different schools of originalism, talks about accommodating non-originalist constitutional precedent, and the importance of judicial virtues in law and in constitutional interpretation.
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Ipse Dixit: Lee Strang on Originalism & Natural Law
Law & Liberty: Justifying Originalism