Parsing Trump's foreign policy, economic theories, and ideological relationship with the 2020 Democratic field
The government's latest moral crusade shields traffickers, empowers pimps, and undermines free speech online.
Early debates actually tell us a good deal about where political parties are heading.
Another day, another conflict between the Supreme Court’s Republican appointees in a criminal justice case.
Most of the party’s presidential contenders show little or no concern for the right to armed self-defense.
Proposals from the White House and Sen. Todd Young highlight the role regulation plays in raising housing costs.
Warren proposes giving grants to minority-owned small businesses, but regulations she supported reduced access to capital for aspiring entrepreneurs.
If the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are any indication, the move would be a disaster.
From textbooks to professors, universities remain mostly hostile to free market thinking.
NCAA has warned the state that if the "Fair Pay To Play Act" passes, all California schools would be ineligible to participate in postseason play.
Plus: a bipartisan batch of U.S. lawmakers proposes more plans to take over tech, San Francisco bans e-cigs, Tiffany Cabán wins Queens DA primary, and more...
Mostly law professors | Sometimes contrarian | Often libertarian | Always independent | Est. 2002
Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling expanded when the government can keep business records secret. That's bad news for transparency
The Republican congressman from Michigan shot back on Twitter.
It may be time to hire a libel service.
Ron Wyden and Rand Paul team up to stop Border Patrol from snooping in your stuff without good reason.
"Section 230 has nothing to do with neutrality. Nothing. Zip. There is absolutely no weight to that argument," Wyden says. He oughta know. He wrote the damn thing.
There's nothing more permanent than a temporary solar investment tax credit.
The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
The celebrated law professor lost his position as faculty dean after students demanded his firing.
A city official even vouched for Sheefy McFly, but police arrested him for resisting.
From Sohrab Ahmari to Josh Hawley, what the new right really wants is to squelch free expression.
Nationally, 66 percent of police departments report seeing declining numbers of applications.
Plus: Migrant children removed from detention centers, wine comes before the Supreme Court, a sci-fi writer imagines a world without Section 230, and more