The famed Harvard law professor tries to outline a set of principles liberals - broadly defined - can agree on. And it's a strong effort, even though I have a few caveats and reservations.
Once you get past the aesthetics, the similarities between Milei and MAGA mostly vanish.
An extensive new study finds that the answer is "no." Belief in conspiracy theories is about equally common on different sides of the political spectrum.
As long as the Republican Party is a policy-free zone, Jordan might as well be the guy in charge.
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Legislators abuse the emergency label to push through spending that would otherwise violate budget constraints.
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The average working woman in 2023 earns enough money to buy a Barbie doll every 33 minutes. In 1959, it took nearly two hours.
After firing the staffer blamed for a video that borrowed Nazi imagery, is Ron DeSantis finally backing away from the authoritarian edgelords?
Policy analyst Justin Hayes summarizes the reasons why conservatives, progressives, and libertarians all have reason to support zoning reform.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
It has many good points. But I have some reservations and questions.
A new document with more than 80 signatories puts liberty, not government, at the heart of the conservative movement.
The Liberal Fascism author and co-founder of The Dispatch talks candidly about the weird state of the contemporary political right.
Rejection of the state and the use of lethal force can be found in the founding documents of Christianity.
In 2019, the Trump administration blocked a costly and ineffective mandate for two-man railroad crews long sought by unions. Now, the former president wholeheartedly supports it.
Whether the putative target is the "biomedical security state," wokeness, "Big Tech censors," or Chinese Communists, the presidential candidate’s grandstanding poses a clear threat to individual rights.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown and Scott Winship: Governments Can't Increase Birthrates. They Shouldn't Even Try.
The right and the left are pushing pro-natalist polices that have never worked and are deeply misguided.
J.D. Vance and Co. are trying to give themselves permission to wield public power unconstitutionally.
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If you don't like San Francisco, that's fine, but don't tell tall tales about it.
Enjoy a special video episode recorded live from New York City’s illustrious Comedy Cellar at the Village Underground.
Cass says industrial policy will only work if the politicians can put aside political disagreements and partisan agendas. In other words, industrial policy will never work.
The charge is the crime of illegal kidnapping and deportation of Ukrainian children.
While inflammatory comments about "gender ideology" abounded at CPAC, the issue is hardly a top priority for Americans in general.
While a conservative skepticism toward military aggression would be welcome, Republican standard-bearers are all too happy to sign off on war powers in other ways.
"The country is that divided," said one business owner. "We kind of want to be with our own people. We want to stick together."
"It's not about money or jobs or fiscal conservatism," one CPAC attendee told Reason.
A senator, a state attorney general, and a former congressman excoriated the law while getting much of it wrong.
In the old days, conservatives would have viewed unelected officials being appointed to oversee corporate decisions as a worrying intrusion of state power into private affairs. DeSantis has figured out how to get them to cheer for it.
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