Clarence Thomas’ Establishment Clause Originalism

The Supreme Court’s June 30 decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue was a landmark victory for religious liberty and school choice. It was also an exhibition of Justice Clarence Thomas’ unabashedly originalist interpretation of the Establishment Clause. His concurrence in Espinoza joins a long line of cases in which he has defending theContinue reading “Clarence Thomas’ Establishment Clause Originalism”