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Trump v. Anderson: Summary Statement and Summary

Trump v. Anderson: Summary Statement and Summary

Today, most if not all Justices appear ready to overturn the Colorado decision barring former President Donald Trump from the state’s presidential primary ballot. The Justices appeared nearly unanimous in thinking Section 3 of the 14th Amendment is not...

2021 was not 1860: A Response to Akhil and Vikram Amar’s Arguments

2021 was not 1860: A Response to Akhil and Vikram Amar’s Arguments

As the Supreme Court prepares to consider the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to remove Donald Trump from the ballot, interest in the Fourteenth Amendment has skyrocketed. Rhetoric has become heated, with both sides warning of a constitutional crisis in the event of...

Loper v. Raimondo in Review: Landmark’s Evaluation of Oral Arguments

Loper v. Raimondo in Review: Landmark’s Evaluation of Oral Arguments

On Wednesday, January 17, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Relentless, Inc. v. Department of Commerce and Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo. A ruling in both cases hinges upon the constitutionality of the Chevron Doctrine, established by the Supreme Court...

JANUARY 16: THIS WEEK AT THE SUPREME COURT

JANUARY 16: THIS WEEK AT THE SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court will hear four cases this week, condensed into two days due to the holiday on Monday. The first two cases of the week, which will be heard on January 16 are Macquarie Infrastructure Corp. v. Moab Partners, L.P. and Devillier v. Texas. In Macquarie,...

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Edwin Meese meeting with President Ronald Reagan in the Oval Office.

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Landmark’s roots can be found in the Reagan Revolution.  Ronald Reagan’s Administration was one of the most effective presidencies of the 20th century.  It changed the trajectory of American history by confronting the Communist bloc abroad and challenging the liberal orthodoxy of domestic policy at home.

President Reagan’s second Attorney General of the United States, Edwin Meese III, implemented Reagan’s vision at the Department of Justice.  Ed Meese, who is a long-serving member of Landmark’s board of directors, promoted constitutional originalism, individual rights, and free markets.  The Reagan Revolution’s impact on the law and the judiciary is still felt today.

After the Administration, Attorney General Meese and many of his top aides like Mark Levin- the guiding lights of the Reagan Department of Justice- came to Landmark to serve in leadership positions.

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