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Weekly Member Poll Results – “Men in Black” Wins!

What has been the most influential conservative book about the courts?


40% – Men in Black – By Mark Levin

20% – Commentaries on the Laws of England – By William Blackstone

17% – My Grandfather’s Son – By Clarence Thomas

13% – The Tempting of America – By Robert Bork

7% – Scalia Dissents – By Antonin Scalia

3% – The Law – By Frederic Bastiat


Congratulations to Mark Levin!  Hard to argue that Men in Black has not had a profound effect on the national debate about the abuse of the Constitution in the Supreme Court by its more liberal members.  Happy to see Commentaries on the Laws of England ranked as #2!  William Blackstone never gets enough for being an important philosophical influence with the American Founders, in regards to the foundation of our common law and judicial system.

Men in Black: How the Supreme Court Is Destroying America

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