An ambiguous presidential order affecting a Chinese company connected to several popular video games sows confusion.
One month after signing a signature trade deal with Canada (and Mexico), Trump just launched an unnecessary and counterproductive new trade war against America's northern neighbor.
Plus: the latest unemployment numbers, Biden apologizes for comment on diversity, Ohio governor gets flip-flopping COVID-19 results, and more…
President Trump threatens to delay the election over at-home voting, but a bigger problem looms: States haven’t prepared for a huge influx of mail-in ballots.
Dallas officials pulled the plug on the event just three days before it was to begin, costing the libertarian student group $200,000.
The Democratic Party presidential candidate attacks Donald Trump's mental faculties while revealing his own issues.
Will his blunt self-aggrandizement reinvigorate concerns about presidents who exceed their powers?
New York City's primary election fiasco reveals gross incompetence rather than fraud.
Unpacking TikTok freakouts, mail-in voting controversies, and money printers going brrr, on the Reason Roundtable podcast.
Plus: U.S. small business relief checks went to Chinese companies, teen charged in massive Twitter hack, and more...
The reason is Trump's recent Tweet calling for postponement of the election.
His political claim to fame was his "9-9-9" tax plan.
Via a SuperPAC, Thiel is promoting conservative nationalism via the former Kansas secretary of state and current U.S. Senate contender.
Plus: The EARN IT Act is "a wolf in sheep's clothing," Joe Biden's "Agenda for Women," and more...
The summer of 2020 got a lot crappier over the weekend, according to the Reason Roundtable podcast.
A National Guard officer will testify that the June 1 clearing of protesters outside the White House was "an unnecessary escalation of the use of force" and "deeply disturbing."
Plus: Gun groups for black Americans are growing, a promising new study on opening schools, and more...
The president has ditched a promising, free market-influenced revamp of Obama-era fair housing regulations in favor of a legally dubious new rule that's heavy on local control.
A president from a party supposedly committed to restraining the federal government is now sending enforcers to cities over local objections.
Thanks to him, there will be no escaping accusations by the left that states' rights are merely a ruse to protect white power.
Data from Yelp shows that the long-term economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic is only starting to be realized. And federal unemployment data shows layoffs are climbing again.
Plus: "learning pods" are an unfair target, COVID-19 reinfections are unlikely, and more...
American voters know what's up.
The lawsuit raises a variety of important issues, including a nondelegation challenge. It could turn out to be a very significant case.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Wants President Donald Trump To Impose a Nationwide Face Mask Mandate
Whitmer's argument is short on facts and legal reasoning.
Cases per 1,000 tests are rising in the majority of states.
The Reason Roundtable talks Portland, policing, federalism, coronavirus, and the perennially dumb discourse.
The "haters demographic" broke strongly in Trump's favor in 2016, but this time the group is younger, more liberal, and more likely to vote for Biden.
The Fifth Column podcaster on racial identity, cancel culture, libertarianism, and Trump vs. Biden
He has added strong anti-abortion and anti-vaccine views to his public profile, and said it was racist to think blacks needed to vote Democrat.
"The best aspect of the Trump foreign policy is that he has revealed the mind of the foreign policy establishment," says historian Thaddeus Russell. "The worst part... he's a mass murderer just like the rest of them."
Two centuries of precedents say the president is not immune from judicial process.
The ruling is at odds with decisions by four other circuits and could be headed to the Supreme Court - unless Biden wins the election and reverses administration policy.
Protectionism is now infecting the GOP to a degree that may be difficult to eradicate when the Trump era ends.
The article critiques the majority decision, and outlines a better way to limit Congress' subpoena power.
Preliminary Thoughts on the Mazars and Vance Cases [Updated with Link to my SCOTUSblog Article on Mazars]
Vance strikes me as compelling and correct. Mazars creates a complex and unwieldy balancing test.