The Wyden-Daines Amendment would've prohibited warrantless monitoring of web activity, but it lost by one vote in the Senate. Will Nancy Pelosi bring it back in the House?
A law passed by Florida Republicans to limit a constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to felony offenders violates the 14th and 24th Amendments, the judge ruled.
Prosecutors Back Dismissal of 91 More Cases Involving the Houston Cop Who Lied to Justify a Deadly Drug Raid
The announcement brings the total number of suspect cases initiated by Gerald Goines to 164 over 11 years.
It’s not another Free State Project, just a way to live a better life during the coronavirus era.
That rate is much lower than the numbers used in the horrifying projections that shaped the government response to the epidemic.
Cohen, who had been linked with parodist Vermin Supreme, identifies as an anarchist.
The pandemic has exposed many of America’s destructive barriers to work. It’s time to eliminate them.
The anti-voucher polemic is augmented by historical half-truths and selective omissions of countervailing evidence.
The Clemson psychology lecturer and 1996 Libertarian vice presidential candidate got 51 percent on the fourth ballot.
Most of the money will go to the wealthiest agriculture businesses.
Larry Sharpe, Spike Cohen, and Ken Armstrong strategize about how to sell liberty during a pandemic.
While Europe was in revolt, America had its own Free Soil revolution of 1848.
It’s all about the revenue. Civil forfeiture brings in money, and lawmakers are more worried about their budgets than residents’ due process and property rights.
Libertarian Party Presidential Debate Offers Choice Between All Liberty Now or Moving the Ball of Liberty Down the Field
Libertarians will decide this weekend if a message that "nothing matters more...than living in a free society" will resonate in 2020.
All of it, The New York Times assumes.
It's full of ill-conceived and contradictory guidance.
Just don’t expect too much historical accuracy.
Florida Man Spits on Cops While Claiming to Have Coronavirus. Justice Department Accuses Him of 'Bioweapon Hoax.'
The War on Terror gave us federal anti-terror-hoax laws. Now the FBI is using them to punish a man who falsely claimed to have COVID-19.
The Trump Administration Wants To Subsidize Domestic Drug Manufacturing. The First Contract Looks Like a $350 Million Grift.
A member of the five-month-old company's board has been touting bogus stats about America's supposed dependency on Chinese-made drugs.
On crime, drugs, immigration, and foreign policy, his 44-year policy record is a cautionary tale of bipartisanship in response to perceived crises.
The federal government is reviewing the department's investigation into the botched drug raid.
The disease control agency is a poster child for bureaucratic incompetence.
Plus: Virginia decriminalizes marijuana, it's not Trump's call whether we close the country again, and more…
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Backyard Cottages Could Be the Most Feasible Type of Housing To Build During COVID-19. Some California Cities Are Still Blocking Them.
The California state legislature has done everything in its power to legalize accessory dwelling units. A new lawsuit probes whether it's done enough.
But if a shot becomes available, there's a good chance more people will choose to vaccinate without a government mandate.
CNN should put an end to this bad family comedy routine—and start asking the governor real questions.
Justice Department Asks Supreme Court To Block Judge's Order To Release Inmates at Ohio Federal Prison
A federal judge ordered officials at Elkton to stop "thumbing their nose" at their own authority to release inmates at risk of coronavirus.
The idea is not so far-fetched.
And why does he think he has the power to do that?
If the Mall of America can reopen on June 1, why can’t the Cathedral of St. Paul?
This preposterous claim is front and center in a new PragerU video.
The longtime activist believes in open immigration, free trade, ending the drug war, and bringing all troops back home immediately.
Libertarian Presidential Contender Jo Jorgensen Wants To Combine Principle With Palatable Persuasion
She sees government COVID-19 restrictions as "the biggest assault on our liberties in our lifetime."
Plus: "Obscene" cartoonist gets probation, U.S. teen births plummet, a reopening win in Ohio, and more...
Rocket attacks and "precision defensive strikes" will bring us ever closer to truly endless war.
Rather than criticize the charitable donations of the very rich, we should be grateful for them.