The pro-union left agrees with the MAGA right: If you can't beat 'em, claim they cheated.
The president's proposed tax hike would fall on workers. This isn't a controversial point.
Technological breakthroughs mean we'll never again have to suffer with disasters like the novel coronavirus—if politicians will get out of the way.
Yale Journal on Regulation Symposium on Adam Cox and Cristina Rodriguez's book "The President and Immigration Law"
Contributors include a variety of legal scholars, including, Jessica Bulman-Pozen, Dan Farber, and myself, among others.
A federal appeals court rejects a highly implausible redefinition of machine guns.
A unanimous Sixth Circuit decision upheld a lower court ruling holding that the moratorium is illegal.
It seems some are just waking up to the size and scope of the president's federal tax plan.
Biden Administration Extends CDC Eviction Moratorium Until June 30—the Legal Battle Over it Will Continue
The new order is similar to the old, but includes an extensive section defending the measure on public health grounds.
Even supporters of Donald Trump think foreign trade and free markets are good for America.
The government has pocketed millions of dollars from immigrants who came to the U.S. legally—and has refused to pay them back.
Sidney Powell Says She's Not Guilty of Defamation Because 'No Reasonable Person' Would Have Believed Her 'Outlandish' Election Conspiracy Theory
The former Trump campaign lawyer insists her allegations about systematic voting fraud were not "statements of fact."
Biden Stimulus Bill Provision Targeting State Tax Cuts Might be Struck Down by Courts for Same Reasons as Trump Efforts to Pull Federal Grants From Sanctuary Cities
In both situations, the grant conditions in question were not clearly and unambiguously authorized by Congress.
The president's approach to immigration, trade, and industry may sound familiar.
He said plenty of other bad things. But more than one quote sourced to anonymous informants has turned out to be wrong.
The state Senate approved some cynical changes to Georgia's absentee ballot laws under the guise of securing future elections from fraud that no one seems to be able to find.
Twitter Sues Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, Accusing Him of Retaliating Against the Company for Banning Donald Trump
Plus: Iowa limits early voting, a prominent sex trafficking "rescue" group relies on psychics, and more...
The cultural views of elite white liberals are not popular with many minorities.
Donald Trump on School Reopening Failures: Joe Biden and Teachers Unions Have Betrayed America's Youth
The former president's wild CPAC speech was full of misleading claims, but he made a valid point about schools.
Plus: The Republican Civil War has ended before it began, Mr. Potato Head rage is misplaced, and more...
The previous administration had made some reasonable changes, but also introduced questions based on factual errors and questionable normative assumptions smuggled in under the guise of factual knowledge.
The election systems company is taking its fight to the conspiratorial My Pillow CEO.
The ruling is an unsigned, one-sentence order.
He campaigned against Trump’s restrictionism, but has implemented mostly symbolic initiatives so far.
Leading Republicans continue to find dubious areas of agreement with Democrats.
A 2000 OLC memo suggests the answer is "yes."
Presidents aren't saints. They aren't monarchs. They aren't celebrities. And they aren't your friends.
The Senate minority leader's triangulation does not bode well for the GOP's ability to stand for something other than a personality cult.
An overreliance on identity politics may drive these voters away from the Democratic Party.
Whether the reality-show-star-turned-first-president-to-be-impeached-twice has a future in American politics, however, sadly remains an open question.
The outcome shows that it is almost impossible to convict a president in an era of severe polarization. But Trump's second impeachment still served some useful purposes..
The 33-year-old lawmaker, who occupies Justin Amash's old seat, on how his party needs to reclaim the mantle of limited government, capitalism, and individualism.
While the administration symbolically ended Trump's "zero tolerance" approach, it has not put an end to family separations outright.
Leaving Aside Trump's Role in Provoking the Capitol Riot, His Reaction to It Was Enough To Justify Impeachment
He betrayed his oath and duties as president by hesitating to intervene and refusing to unambiguously condemn the violence.
Plus: Dems ask FDA to change abortion pill prescribing rule, Vice targets Clubhouse, and more...
Trump's Impeachment Lawyers Try To Deconstruct the Link Between What He Said and What His Followers Did
No amount of parsing can obscure his responsibility for the deadly attack on the Capitol.
The former President's attorneys repeatedly (mis)cite the work of Professor Brian Kalt on late impeachments.
He is on firmer ground in arguing that the Senate does not have the authority to try a former president, although that issue is highly contested.
The letter was signed by some 170 legal scholars across the political spectrum, including several VC bloggers.
Reimplementing 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imported from the United Arab Emirates for vacuous national security reasons only entrenches executive authority over trade.
A $2.7 Billion Defamation Lawsuit Says Fox Hosts Recklessly Implicated Smartmatic in a Conspiracy To Steal the Election
Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, and Jeanine Pirro persistently promoted the wild claims of Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell.
The op ed, published today, explains why the First Amendment doesn't protect Trump against impeachment and conviction for his role in the attack on the Capitol.
Biden should repeal Trump's food taxes immediately.
The move likely signals the end of the border wall litigation.
Under fire for endorsing wacky conspiracy theories, the Georgia representative blames the internet.