When libertarians dole out blame for the growth of government, perhaps we should take a look in the mirror.
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Journalists, like other Americans, will have an easier time only when the struggle for control of government stops mattering so much.
The number of structurally deficient bridges, never high to begin with, has been dropping over the past 30 years.
Columbia's Philip Hamburger says this "monarchical" system of government grew in power just as blacks and women saw an expansion of their voting rights.
It shouldn't surprise you when politicians show their true nature.
Conservatives who claim that immigrants import anti-liberty attitudes are wrong.
How many movers-and armed federal agents-does it take to evict a D.C. tenant? Too many, thanks to weird government regulations.
Facial Recognition? There's an App for That, and U.S. Law Enforcement Has Been Helping Private Companies Use It
Soon shopping malls and theaters can run surveillance images through an app to access state, federal, and international law enforcement watch-lists.
It isn't enough to end just one restrictive law, we have to disempower the prohibitionists.
For better or worse, the role of U.S. sheriffs' offices has been expanding and getting more complex.
The constitutional conservative has an ambitious plan to rebalance the separation of powers
Forget that "war on cops." Unaffordable penalties, incompetent courts, and heavy-handed tactics are all evidence of an official assault on regular Americans.
Can we quit blaming Hispanics for Big Government?
All major candidates in both major political parties promise a federal government that can right any wrong.
So why is more big government on the menu for the election?
How regulators in league with crony capitalists stymie technological advancement.
Progressives can't imagine progress without government force
Hey Rubio: If government can't manage health care, how can it manage regime changes in foreign societies?
The movement's vision raises troubling questions that NRO's Ramesh Ponnuru wants to avoid
More than 50 American law enforcement agencies possess a new handheld radar device that can spy through walls.
Government creates loyalty in the minds of citizens by pretending to be Santa Claus.
Andrey Shalnev just won an election, and he's sowing the seeds of freedom in an unfree nation.