Harry V. Jaffa
Harry V. Jaffa is a "distinguished fellow of The Claremont Institute. He is Professor Emeritus of Government at Claremont McKenna College  and the Claremont Graduate School . He received his B.A. from Yale University, where he majored in English, in 1939, and holds the Ph.D. from the New School for Social Research.
"He is the author of numerous articles and many books, including his widely acclaimed study of the Lincoln-Douglas debates, Crisis of the House Divided: An Interpretation of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates (University of Chicago Press, 1959). His other books include Thomism and Aristotelianism (Greenwood Press, 1979); The Conditions of Freedom (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975), How to Think About the American Revolution (Carolina Academic Press, 1978); American Conservatism and the American Founding (Carolina Academic Press, 1982); and, most recently, Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution: A Disputed Question (Regnery Gateway, 1994).
"Professor Jaffa has recently released the first volume of the sequel to his classic Crisis of the House Divided, titled A New Birth of Freedom (Rowman & Littlefield, 2000)."
"Harry V. Jaffa was a student of Strauss [at the University of Chicago] and has an important connection to Dominionists like Pat Robertson ... Though Harry Jaffa speaks with a high minded sense of political righteousness, Shadia Drury [Leo Strauss and the American Right, St. Martin's Press, 1999 at page 106] exposes his Machiavellian side. Like Strauss, he 'clearly believes that devious and illegal methods are justified when those in power are convinced of the rightness of their ends.'  Jaffa and Robertson saw eye to eye on more than one topic: for instance, Jaffa like his host Pat Robertson, found Oliver North to be a hero (and by extension Michael Ledeen) when both North and Ledeen went around the law to provide military aid to the contras. [ibid.]" 
"Harry Jaffa would influence both Clarence Thomas (who would be appointed to the Supreme Court by President George Bush senior in 1991) and Antonin Scalia (who would be appointed to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan on September 26, 1986)." 
- Yahoo! Search: "Harry V. Jaffa". 2,300 results April 7, 2004.
- Harry V. Jaffa, "Homosexuality and Natural Law,", Claremont Institute, circa 1989.
- David Gordon, "Not Even Scholars Are Equal," on "Original Intent and the Framers of the Constitution" by Harry V. Jaffa, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Summer 1995.
- Derek Copold, "Abratollah Harry V. Jaffa Issues Fatwa Condemning Joseph Sobran. 'In the Name of the Union, the Most Sovereign and the Most Central,' Abratollah intones," Houston Review, August 15, 2001.
- David Gordon, "Jaffa on Equality, Democracy, Morality,", LewRockwell.com, June 17, 2002.
- Harry V. Jaffa, "Is Diversity Good?," The Abolitionist Examiner, February/March 2003: "It was gratifying that President Bush came out firmly against the University of Michigan's versions of affirmative action, and that his Justice Department filed an amicus brief to that effect. Yet the President found it necessary--in today's climate of opinion--to pay lip service to the concept of 'diversity.' Yet however rhetorically fashionable this may be, it is nonetheless mindless."