When the human condition resists perfection through legislation, the answer always seems to be more—and stupider—laws.
The city is banning e-cigarettes while actual cigarettes remain legal.
Or are Americans simply wising up to the dangers posed by cops having their "face prints" on file?
Pervasive real-time police surveillance is not just theoretical anymore.
What's actually demeaning is thinking you know what's best for an entire group of people.
You can thank Prohibition.
The ban may be well-intentioned, but it's misguided all the same.
There is no compelling ethical reason to limit this exercise of reproductive liberty.
Frats already break the law by serving alcohol to underage students. Why would a ban on hard liquor be any different?
The urge to suppress runs up against targets which have no form, shape, or fixed location, and can be infinitely reproduced.
Environmental groups hope for an outright ban instead.
Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris proposes a ban to loosen company policies on neckties.
Uncertainty over Brexit and meddlesome rules could harm the EU's leading exports and industry.
A preemptive ban risks being a tragic moral failure rather than an ethical triumph.
Thousands of patients who might have been helped died while rule was pending.
The Humane Society even opposes artificial rhino horn, which would lower demand for poachers' fare.
Nothing gets past Senator Nanny.