The Marine turned anti-imperialist had two very different legacies, but both clearly emerged from the same man.
Someone might want to remind them that Democrats have a majority in both congressional chambers.
The Founders Fund vice president and Pirate Wires author on supporting heretics as a means of social and economic innovation.
Californians might be voting with their feet, but there's nowhere they can run and hide if the federal government embraces the same policies.
Plus: Against ideological surveillance, the truth about "free" COVID-19 tests, and more...
The author of the new book "San Fransicko", says the homelessness crisis is an addiction and mental health crisis enabled by policies that permit open-air drug scenes on public property and prevent police from enforcing laws
In Buffalo, incumbent Byron Brown staged a successful write-in campaign against DSA-backed candidate India Walton. Elsewhere in the country, DSA candidates won their local races.
Political class rallies behind making the infrequently used recall mechanism more difficult to deploy
A third-generation Marxist critiques the contemporary left and discusses what progressives and libertarians might have in common.
The pharmaceutical industry is on track to supply enough doses to vaccinate 7 billion people this year.
"We need a Green New Deal for Public Housing," says Rep. Jamaal Bowman. "We need a Green New Deal for Cities…and we need a Green New Deal for Public Schools."
Plus: Kentucky adopts school choice program, the vaccine passport debate heats up, and more...
Both Hawley's "national conservatism" and similar ideas prevalent in many quarters on the left threaten free speech and liberty more generally.
How the National Constitution Center "Constitution Drafting" Project Revealed Potential Areas of Consensus on Constitutional Reform
My recently published article on the NCC project outlines several important areas of agreement between conservative, libertarian, and progressive participants.
The NCC put together teams of conservatives, progressives, and libertarians to propose their own rewrites of the Constitution. All three teams came up with interesting ideas - and with some notable areas of agreement.
There’s no journalist more relentlessly iconoclastic than Greenwald, who won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the Snowden revelations.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist on Joe Biden, free speech, and leaving The Intercept for Substack.
A Biden presidency and a GOP Senate could keep the left out of power for years.
AOC smashed her primary challengers, and her endorsement of a fellow progressive upstart helped end Rep. Eliot Engel's congressional career after 16 terms.
Plus: Protest updates, qualified immunity, and more...
Plus: Workplace fatalities down in places with medical marijuana, bad news booze bans at strip clubs, pushback to panic about Big Tech, and more...
But their attitudes toward poor blacks remained unchanged, according to a study.
Plus: a radical remembering of the suburbs; support for sex-work decrim in NY; Bret Easton Ellis on Mueller and media
George Mason's Todd Zywicki says the senator and presidential hopeful has inherited the ideas of Louis Brandeis without learning the lessons of overregulation.
Noah Rothman says the right and the left are using appeals to victimization and identity politics to gain political power.
Bernie Supporters Slam Beto O'Rourke's Progressive Bona Fides but Mostly Ignore Pot, Immigration, and War
Democratic socialists prioritize economics first.
The additional cost of adding paid leave to Social Security would be $114 billion over 10 years.
Anyone's opinions about politics ought to be the least important and generally least interesting thing about them.
Higher Minimum Wages Blamed for Closure of Iconic NYC Coffee Shop Where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Worked
An ironic lesson in progressive policies, provided by an iconic New York City establishment and the left's rising star.
Americans are recoiling "against the churning of an open society, against the spontaneous order that is the alternative to statism." That ain't gonna end well.
So long as anything resembling legitimate elections continue to be held, no political coalition will gain a permanent lock on the future.
Democrats and Republicans reject individualism and free speech and both have become dangerous to our liberty.
Declining support for unfettered debate among politicians, academics, and the public doesn't bode well for the future of free speech.
It's not just the Second Amendment in their crosshairs.
If everything problematic is evil, silencing and punishing everything problematic becomes a social necessity.
The "neurobiology of trauma" on campus is based more on social-justice goals than science. We've been here before.