Conservatives Must Channel Lincoln and Repudiate Judicial Supremacy

My foremost political hero in American history, on whose birthday I consider myself blessed to have been born, is Abraham Lincoln.

The first president elected under the partisan banner of the modern Republican Party, Lincoln is naturally remembered most fondly (by most, that is, except for perhaps a few “Lost Cause” Ron Paul-style pseudo-secessionists and now some comment section “alt-right” types) for his dual victories in both preserving the Union and in defeating one of the greatest moral injustices in our nation’s history—that of chattel slavery.