Terry Eastland

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Amtrak Is Ruled a Public Entity

A 9-0 Court takes on the administrative state.

Apr 6, 2015, Vol. 20, No. 29 • By TERRY EASTLAND



From Obama to Obama

3:32 PM, Jan 21, 2009

A Test Case for Obama

2:11 PM, Jan 15, 2009

Obama Defends Warren

2:49 PM, Dec 18, 2008

Not the Religious Left

10:27 AM, Dec 18, 2008

Pigs Without Blankets

'Yes, you can do a whole hog at home'

Dec 8, 2008, Vol. 14, No. 12

Obama and Those Old Habits

12:16 PM, Nov 7, 2008

Night of the Living Constitution

Explaining the judicial consequences of an Obama presidency

Oct 20, 2008, Vol. 14, No. 06

Clinging to Her Religion

The faith journey of Sarah Palin, 'Bible-believing Christian.'

Sep 29, 2008, Vol. 14, No. 03

Sar-ah-ing Sarah

3:38 PM, Sep 10, 2008

Palin: Movement Evangelical

3:42 PM, Sep 5, 2008

Better Opinions

4:34 PM, Sep 4, 2008

Who Is Sarah Palin?

2:23 PM, Sep 3, 2008

Whither "Reducing Abortion"?

11:17 AM, Sep 3, 2008

Sunday Morning, Staying Home

Are evangelicals quitting their churches at an epidemic level?

3:45 PM, Sep 2, 2008

Obama's Faith-Based Politics

Or rather, his political religion.

6:30 PM, Aug 29, 2008


Terry Eastland is an executive editor of The Weekly Standard. Previously, he served as publisher from 2001 to 2013. During the 1990s he was a resident scholar at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he wrote Energy in the Executive: The Case for a Strong Presidency.  During the Reagan presidency, he served as Director of Public Affairs for the Justice Department.  Before that he worked for newspapers, including the San Diego Union and the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va.  

His books include Counting by Race (1979), Ethics, Politics and the Independent Counsel (1989), Religious Liberty in the Supreme Court (1993), and Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court (2000).  He has written for a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Commentary, the American Spectator, the New Criterion, National Review, the New Republic, the Wilson Quarterly, and the Public Interest.

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