Frank Scaturro, a partner at FSB FisherBroyles, served as Counsel for the Constitution on the Senate Judiciary Committee from 2005 to 2009. He was a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in New York


    The Vindication of Ronald Reagan

    The embrace of President Reagan’s memory 100 years after his birth was hardly predictable in his time. In a 1976 episode of “All in the Family,” Archie Bunker’s revelation that he had cast a write-in vote for Reagan for president was a laugh line. During the first two weeks of his presidency, Reagan bluntly condemned the Soviet government as amoral, and the Washington Post in | Read More »

    Rep. McCarthy Shortchanges America’s Troops

    This article is cross-posted at Last week, Carolyn McCarthy wrote a letter addressing the court-martial of three U.S. Navy SEALs who allegedly punched a terrorist. The lack of knowledge about our troops, or of willingness to defend them, is disturbing. In the letter, Rep. McCarthy not only fails to defend the SEALs against the overblown charges; she does not seem to know that they | Read More »

    A Word on Behalf of Justice Alito

    Justice Samuel Alito has been unfairly criticized by several legislators, as well as by media commentators, following his reaction to a surprising rebuke to the Supreme Court delivered during the State of the Union Address.  The rebuke, directed at the majority of the Court that issued the recent Citizens United campaign finance decision, was a surprise not only because of the venue in which it | Read More »