"I think the Democratic Party has severely underestimated how many people like me there are," says the 1986 USA Gymnastics national champion.
How Does California Define COVID-19 'Misinformation'? Judges Disagree, but Doctors Are Expected To Know.
One federal judge thought the state's new restrictions on medical advice were clear, while another saw a hopeless muddle.
U.S. District Judge William B. Shubb says the law is unconstitutionally vague.
A new paper from Mercatus shows how profit motive helped some nursing homes navigate COVID-19 better than others.
Throughout the pandemic, the CDC was in constant contact with Facebook, vetting what users were allowed to say on the social media site.
Reading and math scores declined between 2020 to 2022, reversing two decades of improvement.
Sixth Circuit Upholds Injunction Against Biden Administration COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit concludes the President exceeded the scope of his delegated authority.
Inflation fell to 6.5 percent in December, but new House rules ensure that Congress will have to consider the inflationary impact of future spending bills.
Focusing on all-causes mortality, and not just on COVID mortality, helps account for various potential indirect effects of lockdowns.
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New mechanisms to threaten liberty are brought to bear on those who need the government's permission to do their jobs.
We’d all be better off if politicians spared us their experiments in subsidies, wages, and trade.
The company's broad definition of "misleading information" and its deference to authority invited censorship by proxy.
People in power lean on private businesses to impose authoritarian policies forbidden to the government.
Standing with blank pages in hand, the protesters' goal is to make manifest the implied violence that authoritarian states use to keep order.
The Administration claims to want to end the policy. But, as Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell points out, it is actually expanding its use.
"She never spoke a word to me after this," the staffer, Sasha Georgiades, tells Reason.
If lawmakers keep spending like they are, and if the Fed backs down from taming inflation, then the government may create a perfect storm.
While other pandemic policies have ended, the migration measure has “outlived [its] shelf life,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote yesterday.
Supreme Court Issues Dubious Ruling that Perpetuates Title 42 "Public Health" Expulsions of Migrants
The decision doesn't actually require continuation of the policy, but will have that effect indirectly. Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissent explains why the Court was wrong to take this step.
Landlords say that nearly three years of eviction moratoriums is forcing some property owners out of the rental business entirely.
Once the government has an excuse to electronically track everywhere you've been and everyone you've been near, abuses are predictable.
Elon Musk reignited the GOP’s interest to bring charges against Anthony Fauci.
Report: “Half of democratic governments around the world are in decline.”
Fintech platforms facilitated fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program, according to a new congressional report.
Pandemic Repairs Were Supposed To Put D.C. Metro Back on Track. Then It Literally Went Off the Rails.
Putting the district's train system back on track will take more than better bureaucracy.
College students should be able to use their own judgment on COVID boosters, not be forced into them by learning institutions.
The long-term economic and social impacts of zero-COVID can't be reversed as easily.
It's especially outrageous when considering the billions of dollars in fraud that took place thanks to COVID-19 relief programs.
You can’t turn lives and economies off and on without inflicting lingering harm.
"You have this looming power over you that essentially can end your career," says Stanford's Jay Bhattacharya.
In times of public health crises, government red tape and misguided communication make matters worse.
Elon Musk's rescission of the platform's prior policy, which forbade dissent from official guidance, is consistent with his promise of lighter moderation.
Given the harms caused, lessons should be learned from China’s people, not its government.
Sixth Circuit Upholds Injunction Barring Air Force from Requiring COVID Vaccines for Religious Objectors
From the sounds of it, the Air Force's attorneys didn't think too carefully about how to respond to Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) claims.
Too many Western governments want to follow in the footsteps of authoritarians when it comes to tech privacy.
The president has urged the Chinese government to respect the rights of anti-lockdown demonstrators. He actively encouraged the Canadian government to end the trucker protests.
'We Want Freedom': Chinese Protests Reflect Frustration With Country's Continuing COVID Restrictions
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