What does the Supreme Court decision on the Trump travel ban really mean?
“The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.” So wrote Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. in his magisterial treatment, The Common Law, nearly 140 years ago. More and more, it becomes apparent that so much of our legal system --...
Our own Nathaniel Romano SJ, reflects on the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Our own Nate Romano, SJ contemplates comic books, redemption, and gods who shoot fish with bazookas.
Our own Nate Romano SJ offers some thoughts on why today’s Supreme Court decision on healthcare is a victory for the common good.
Should the poor be banned from eating certain foods? Nate Romano explores what is really behind recent attempts to change what SNAP (more commonly known as food stamps) can be used for.
Can public-private collaboration go too far? Nathaniel Romano SJ wonders what happens when we blur the lines.
“Full, active, and conscious participation.” Nate Romano explores the interesting connections between interactive games and the practice of religion.
How do we talk about justice when we don’t even really share the words?