David Friedman’s Legal Systems Very Different from Ours explores the costs and benefits of various legal systems across time.
Kenya needs workers. Kenya has Somali refugees who want to work. If only the government would get out of the way.
Experiments in California show that the government can quickly and efficiently expunge thousands of marijuana convictions. There's no reason it shouldn't.
The one potential holdout? Joe "gateway drug" Biden.
Did San Francisco really see a 170 percent "spike in human trafficking" last year?
Calling for impeachment is likely a publicity stunt for the Massachusetts senator's flagging presidential campaign.
Nonetheless, a judge will let a sex trafficking complaint against Weinstein proceed.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful is running on a "Freedom Dividend" plan which promises a $1,000 per month UBI.
A policy alert from the USCIS agency clarifies that smoking weed, even in states that've legalized it, can still be grounds for denying citizenship applications.
Mark the 49th anniversary of Earth Day by celebrating human ingenuity.
The existence of one story does not discount terrible atrocities.
PBS documentary illustrates two sides pushing even further apart.
Forget about Donald Trump and the Mueller report and think about all the little (and not-so-little) people who get crushed by the feds.
Federal judges rule state cannot be forced to assist immigration officials.
Erik Altieri of NORML sees a bright future for American pot.
The cops were there to break up a fight, not start one.
Just in time for 4/20!
And they'll cost more to buy
Sarah Rose Siskind's monthly show Drug Test is creating a world of educated psychonauts one trip at a time.Listen
As 4/20 approaches, we share tips for dealing with a bad high (and avoiding one).
A new mailer from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation argues that allowing the construction of apartment buildings near transit stops is tantamount to "negro removal."
Plus: Six-week abortion bans are proliferating, extremism as excuse for censorhip, Soylent made a snack bar
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin gives advice for changing hearts on criminal justice reform.
The Indiana mayor has some policy preferences that don't square with personal freedom or limited government
Researchers Restored Biological Function In Dead Pig Brains—and Raised Some Interesting Ethics Questions
That said, should we worry about disembodied pig consciousness?
At least now we're arguing over the right thing: the need to hike housing supply.
Protesters said it was "absolutely, unequivocally" not their intention to shut down Legutko. The administration panicked anyway.
Extreme partisanship and the desire for power will play as big a role in saving Trump's presidency as his aides did by ignoring his orders.
The Mueller report drops and Trump tweets.
The president heedlessly created the appearance that he was trying hard, though ineptly, to hide something.
Was the president saved by the swamp he campaigned against?
The California Environmental Quality Act is empowering anti-cannabis NIMBYs and causing regulatory chaos
More thorough coverage to come later.
In a press conference shortly before Mueller's report was released to the public
Plus: E.U. authorities terrorize the internet (again) and "memers of the world unite."
Spoiler alert: He's still a rowdy boy.
Corporate welfare raises its ugly head again.
The burger chain plans to flout FDA regulations with special 4/20 offering