Anyone who wants to restrict free speech should contemplate what it would be like if your enemy gets to choose what gets said.
So far, it's been silence from The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and others.
A former staffer says he sexually assaulted her in 1993.
Tulsi Gabbard, Advocate of a Less Interventionist Foreign Policy, Exits the Democratic Presidential Race
"Today I'm suspending my presidential campaign and offering my full support to Vice President Joe Biden."
Politicians of both major parties are using COVID-19 to advance their pre-existing policy agendas.
While the rest of the country was hunkering down against coronavirus, Democrats have very nearly chosen their presidential nominee.
The coronavirus is narrowing class divisions and creating an amazing outbreak of compassion.
This is what happens when you think all of America looks like the Acela corridor.
Joe Biden rightly noted that Medicare for All "would not solve the problem" posed by the coronavirus.
Not to be outdone, Bernie Sanders promises that every single American will "be made whole" despite economic losses due to the outbreak. That's totally impossible.
Plus: Yang endorses Biden, Klobuchar's antitrust bill, and more...
No amount of money can buy victory for candidates who fail to persuade voters.
A slew of decisive primary victories expand the former vice president's lead in the Democratic primary.
The presidential contender has trouble explaining why the guns he wants to ban fall outside the Second Amendment.
Plus: How Trump's payroll tax would work, Daily Show accuses Kamala Harris of "gaslighting," and more..
The Hawaiian representative's two delegates will no longer be enough to earn her a spot in the upcoming CNN/Univision debate in Phoenix.
Warren’s supporters were so enamored with her righteousness that they struggled to see her obvious flaws.
Elizabeth Warren Drops Out. Her Failed Campaign Is a Reminder That Even Democratic Voters Don't Want a Woke Policy Wonk in the White House.
The Massachusetts senator failed to expand her appeal beyond a core group of highly educated upper-middle-class voters.
"Google is not now, nor (to the Court's knowledge) has it ever been, an arm of the United States government," wrote District Judge Stephen Wilson.
The former New York City mayor has never been good at concealing his conviction that he is smarter and better than the rest of us.
Libertarian Super Tuesday: Big Night for Jacob Hornberger, NOTA; John McAfee Drops Out and Backs Vermin Supreme
Future of Freedom Foundation founder outpolls the competition in California and North Carolina
Plus: Libertarian Party results, Bloomberg's bad showing, Gabbard gets one delegate, California targets porn performers, and more...
Michael Bloomberg spent at least $500 million in his bid for a Super Tuesday blitz. He came away with...American Samoa.
It's a two-man race and the Delaware Democrat is a comeback kid.
The pundits and newspapers pushed Warren, Klobuchar, and Buttigieg, but Super Tuesday voters just wanted boring old Biden and Bernie.
The anti-war candidate's scoring of a delegate in American Samoa might earn her a spot on in the next Democratic debate.
On Super Tuesday, Dems Pick Between a Biden Restoration and a Sanders Revolution. Both Are a Disaster for Liberty.
Deciding which Democratic front-runner is the lesser of two evils is not easy.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey faces re-election today against a tough field calling for more criminal justice reforms.
"Compliments on a woman's appearance that some men, including me, might have once incorrectly thought were okay, were never okay."
Unraveling panic, policy, and bad metaphors on the Reason Roundtable podcast
Klobuchar is a cop too, though it took a little longer for her record to catch up with her.
Plus: South Carolina primary tallies, coronavirus claims two lives in Washington state, and more...
Promises to fight for Democratic nominee
Biden's win in South Carolina gives his campaign new life, increases the likelihood of a brokered convention in Milwaukee, and ends Tom Steyer's campaign.
Bernie Sanders Signal-Boosts Boston Activists Fighting 10,000 New Homes That Would Replace a Dilapidated Horse Racing Track
Local activists have argued that the housing officials in charge of reviewing the Suffolk Downs mega-development has violated residents' civil rights by not translating enough planning documents into Spanish, Arabic
If Bloomberg's Arrogance Worries You, His Weaselly Positions on Presidential Power Won't Reassure You
The presidential candidate reserves the right to wage unauthorized wars, kill Americans in foreign countries, prosecute journalists, and selectively flout the law.
Shifting the process from the Justice Department to the White House can help eliminate bureaucracy and meddling from prosecutors.
No matter how bad the outbreak might turn out to be, politicians will find a way to make it worse.
Trump has long complained that libel laws need to be loosened to allow more lawsuits against media outlets.
In between Trump's restrictionism and Democrats' Medicare-for-all-undocumented enthusiasm lies a party basically unified behind mass immigration without welfare.
The presidential candidate's explanation of his sudden reversal on the issue is utterly implausible.
Medicare for All would cost far, far more than he says.