Claremont Senior Fellow Allen Geulzo joined the Trent England show to discuss his recent Wall Street Journal article entitled "College Is Trade School for the Elite." He weighs in on vocationalism, liberal arts, and how they are still relevant and important to Americans.
Claremont Review of Books Editor Dr. Charles Kesler joined Airtalk to discuss expectations for the new White House chief of staff, plus how the GOP stays on agenda following the health care debacle.
Ryan Williams on how to Define Conservatism from the American Tradition on The Seth and Chris Show - 7/25/17
How does one define conservatism in the new age of Trump and "Trumpism?" Ryan Williams, incoming president of the Claremont Institute, weighs in on The Seth and Chris Show.
Charles Kesler Discusses Russia, and the Conservative Movement’s Internal Debate on The Seth and Chris Show - 7/12/17
Claremont Review of Books Editor Dr. Charles Kesler joined The Seth and Chris Show on July 12th to discuss how to think about Russia in the larger context of foreign policy, and today's conservative movement.
John Eastman Discusses Donald Trump Jr.’s Meeting with Russian Lawyer on The Larry Elder Show - 7/12/17
Was Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer illegal? On July 12th, Claremont CCJ Founding Director Dr. John Eastman joined The Larry Elder Show to discuss the controversial meeting from a legal perspective.
On July 5th, Claremont CCJ Founding Director Dr. John Eastman joined McIntyre In The Morning to discuss Trump impeachment chances from a constitutional perspective.
John Eastman discusses SCOTUS ruling on Trump administration’s travel ban on McIntyre In The Morning - 6/27/17
On June 27th, Claremont CCJ Founding Director Dr. John Eastman joined McIntyre In The Morning to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on the Trump administration's travel ban, and more.
In this episode, Dr. John C. Eastman, Founding Director of the Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence will be joined by three of our own John Marshall Fellows to discuss cases from the 2016-17 Supreme Court term.
To discuss Murr v. Wisconsin, Dr. Eastman is joined by Anastasia Boden, a 2015 John Marshall Fellow. Ms. Boden is an attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, working on the Economic Liberty Project where she challenges anti-competitive occupational licensing laws, and laws that restrict the freedom of speech. In this case, the Murr family is challenging a broad reading of the already-erroneous legal precedent established in Penn Central Transportation Co. v. City of New York in 1978, which made it nearly impossible for property owners to win compensation when state regulations take their property. This case was decided June 23, 2017.
Next, to discuss Matal v. Tam and Expressions Hair Design v. Schneiderman, we are joined by Michael Huston, a 2014 John Marshall Fellow, who is an associate at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Huston served as a law clerk to Chief Justice John Roberts. Matal v. Tam involves the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s denial of the trademark application of the Asian rock music group, “The Slants,” because their name was found to be disparaging. In Expressions Hair Design v. Schneiderman, merchants were forbidden to truthfully notify customers that use of a debit or credit card would result in a “surcharge.” The Court addressed whether the the First Amendment protects these types of speech.
And to discuss Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley, Dr. John Eastman is joined by Dr. Sohan Dasgupta, a 2016 John Marshall Fellow who is currently clerking for Judge David Faber of the the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia and who will clerk for Judge Consuelo Callahan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Dr. Dasgupta served as executive editor for the Berkeley Journal of International Law. In this case, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources denied a state grant to resurface a playground at a child learning center in Missouri solely because the center is operated by a church. In 2014 the district court ruled against Trinity Lutheran, as did the U.S. Court of Appeals of the Eighth Circuit. The case was argued before the Supreme Court on April 19, 2017.
On June 25th, Claremont CCJ Founding Director Dr. John Eastman joined Liberty Watch to discuss recent important Supreme Court cases. Dr. Eastman's segment begins at the 24:28 minute mark.
What is the Constitution's emoluments clause, and what is the argument that President Trump violated it? On June 12th, Claremont CCJ Founding Director Dr. John Eastman joined The Larry Elder Show to discuss DC and Maryland suing President Trump based on the emoluments clause of the Constitution, and more.