Thomas B. Griffith is a former federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Contempt has replaced disagreement in politics. Latter-day Saints are uniquely situated to heal the divide.
We can’t rely on the Constitution alone. We can protect our religious liberty by how we act
Attacking our election system as corrupt is not only inaccurate, but breeds distrust in our democracy.
Critics say the Supreme Court is filled with political actors. The critics are wrong, and they’re damaging our democracy.
The nation’s well-being must be valued over personal interests.
Judges aren’t supposed to make laws. They settle fights by interpreting them.