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Progressives might not be coming for your existing stove, but they are trying to stop any new installations.
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Thanks to globalization, we plebes can pay just $6.49 for a whole Whopper meal fit for a 16th-century king.
Another potential legal setback for the FDA's attempt to regulate electronic cigarettes as tobacco products.
The 2018 law criminalizes websites that "promote or facilitate" prostitution. Two of three judges on the panel pushed back against government claims that this doesn't criminalize speech.
Is it good public health policy to deny charity to people experiencing homelessness?
The country's new ban increases costs for businesses while doing nothing to address the problem of global plastic pollution.
Warning diners that red meat is bad for the environment is yet another attempt to socially engineer food choices.
The obvious problems with the article reflect a broader pattern that suggests a peer review bias against e-cigarettes.
Reformers had two years of unprecedented victories—and then protectionists started using scare tactics to block them
Q&A with the co-author of Raising the Bar: A Bottle-by-Bottle Guide to Mixing Masterful Cocktails at Home.
Q&A with Jacob Grier, co-author of Raising the Bar: A Bottle-by-Bottle Guide to Mixing Masterful Cocktails at Home.
The IODA aims to edit the legal defintion of "obscenity" to allow for the regulation of most pornography. But even if it passes, a nationwide porn ban is unlikely to succeed.
These Memos Show That FDA Regulation of E-Cigarettes Is Driven by Dubious Value Judgments Rather Than Science
The agency is determined to ban the flavors that former smokers overwhelmingly prefer. For the children.
The country's strategy ignores the failures of prohibition.
The failure to consider the timing of diagnoses makes it impossible to draw causal inferences.
The federal government continues to be very bad at telling people what and how to eat.
You can smoke all the pot you want, but flavored tobacco or nicotine is soon to be illegal.
This Principal Investigated a Sexting Incident. So the Police Charged Him With Possessing Child Porn.
Bradley Bass is facing 12 years in prison, despite the fact that he was doing his job as a school administrator.
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Photos and information you store on iCloud will be safer from hackers, spies, and the government.
Kaytlin Bailey wants to decriminalize—and normalize—the world's oldest profession.
Prostitutes have not only provided a much-in-demand service but helped to push the boundaries of freedom and liberty for millennia.
Your tax-deductible support helps us make the case against today's overbearing nanny state.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit disagrees on whether the word "image" is ambiguous.
By consenting to Qatar's illiberal policies for residents and guests alike, FIFA has further besmirched its already tainted reputation.
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Alcohol-related ballot measures were in play in several states last week. The results were lukewarm.
In Colorado, you can have weed delivered to your door but not alcohol.
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People with money on the line try harder than pundits to be right, and they adjust quickly when they've made a mistake.
Bring on the black market.
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It's about protecting adults from themselves, which should be none of the government’s business.
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