After bracing for a supposed return of Jim Crow, Georgia saw a major increase in early votes in this week's primaries.
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The answer to “Why should these people go to prison?” should not be ill-informed gibberish.
Dr. Oz Warns That Legalizing Marijuana in Pennsylvania Would Aggravate Unemployment by Weakening 'Mojo'
The Republican Senate candidate is echoing decades of anti-pot propaganda, but evidence to support his hypothesis is hard to find.
A new ruling says Twitter and Facebook are not “common carriers" and thus cannot be forced to carry politicians' messages.
The Polish-born artist is creating "heroic portraits" of machines and defending individualism and creative expression in Silicon Valley.
A federal district court judge dismissed Lindell's counterclaims against Dominion and Smartmatic, and Lindell may still be on the hook for defamation.
Democrats are trying to inject a political solution into an economic problem.
Politicians overstate the situation, and to the extent there is a problem, it’s their doing.
There is seldom any meaningful accountability for government incompetence.
China's "COVID zero" policy looks a lot like house arrest for Shanghai's 25 million residents who are only just now beginning to experience glimmers of freedom.
One of the world's leading experts on public knowledge and ignorance explains why consumers of misinformation are often as much to blame as producers.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Josh Shapiro ran ads that boosted Mastriano's GOP primary campaign. There's no way this strategy could ever backfire, right?
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But the pitched battle for the GOP Senate nomination in the Keystone State is still too close to call.
When the governor behind North Carolina's infamous "bathroom bill" is accused of not being Republican enough, it bodes ill for the future of the party.
Republicans are in danger of squandering a promising opportunity for education reform on culture war squabbles.
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When politicians break the economy, they hurt us in the short term but also create future opportunities to do harm in the name of undoing the damage they inflicted.
The bill would penalize companies for price gouging during times of war, public health emergencies, or natural disasters—which would have encompassed all of the last two years.
Supporting Ukraine in its battle against Russia doesn’t justify restrictions on speech and commerce.
Born in communist Poland and disgusted by Silicon Valley communists, Pilat is making "heroic portraits of machines" and defending Ayn Rand.
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Americans cannot be neatly divided into two sides, and they do not necessarily understand the implications of Roe v. Wade.
Netflix’s latest LGBT hit would absolutely be appropriate to show in any Florida high school, or anywhere else.
The forgotten abortion politics of the pre-Roe era
For libertarians who see unborn babies as innocent rights-bearing individuals, reducing the number of lives ended by abortion brings us closer to our credo.
Although recent polls show a majority thinks the abortion precedent should be preserved, some respondents seem confused about what that would mean.
The former venture capitalist will face Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic nominee, in November's general election.
If even Donald Trump can't tell the candidates apart, what hope do Ohioans have?
In an important new article, political philosophers Jason Brennan and Christopher Freiman explain why standard justifications for paternalistic restrictions on consumers also apply to voters.
Adrian Vermeule responds to Judge Bill Pryor, and others comment on "Common Good Constitutionalism"
It may not be a successful strategy in general elections, but it's still deeply unnerving.