Law & Liberty
On the negative effects of the permanence of electronic documents on criminal sentences and liberty.
A comparison of Laïcité and Disestablishmentarianism with an emphasis on how it impacts the assimilation of Muslims and the social acceptance of Islam in both countries.
Rebuttal of pro-Putin arguments over Ukrainian annexation.
A response to the James Wilson Institute Symposium at Law & Liberty about applying natural law as a legal theory for state police powers.
A review of Mustafa Akyol's Reopening Muslim Minds including a discussion of the relationship between Islamic political thought and Catholic integralism.
What is the telos of the American regime? Many people argue the common good. The truth is ordered liberty.
Many say the Common Law is dead, yet it lives all around us if we just look beyond the confines of elite legal debate.
Islam is frequently called a religion of violence, myopically focusing on a few and the cost of many. What if we did the same to Christianity? Is nothing more than a "death cult"?
A peer-reviewed article examining the origins of the term Murji'i and its use in the Islamic State's propaganda.
A discussion of Islamic law in the US
War on the Rocks
How IS used terror and relocation in an attempt to engage in social engineering and shape the Levant to their state.
The Strategy Bridge
Hybrid War is old wine in new bottles and American strategic thinking, combined with boldness, hold the key to its defeat.
What if Putin brought hybrid war to the conflicts of Latin America?
Suggestions to a young conservative thinking about entering the academy and how to navigate graduate school in a principled way.