Shopping at Target. Dining outdoors. No activity these days is too mundane for protesters to shout at you for it.
Attorney General Bill Barr Encourages Federal Prosecutors To Charge Violent Protesters With Sedition
The Wall Street Journal reports that Barr told prosecutors to pursue federal charges, including sedition charges, whenever possible.
American society is grappling with complex, nuanced issues connected to race and political power. If we have to filter that debate through the binary of choosing to stand or sit for a national anthem, we'll never get much resolved.
COVID-19 Outbreak and Death Result of ICE Agents Using Immigrants To Mobilize in George Floyd Protests
A preventable coronavirus outbreak and death occurred after ICE used immigrant transfers as an excuse to fly to D.C.
Both sides are getting their information through purposely bottlenecked media reports, and the results are predictably distorted and dangerous.
Plus: D.C. admits to racist gun-law enforcement, Trump mulls more tech bans, Homeland Security wants more biometric data, and more...
Another example of how police can respond poorly to drug and mental health calls
The notion that the violent protests cropping up in U.S. cities are funded by a secret, shadowy cabal is a myth.
"When terror is seen as justified, I think it's inevitable that something terrible is going to happen," journalist Nancy Rommelmann told Nick Gillespie last week.
Plus: Congress to vote on marijuana decriminalization, tech visas are getting turned down at high rates, and more...
Remember When a Democratic Polling Firm Fired the Guy Who Thought Violent Protests Could Backfire Politically?
A pre-Kenosha poll shows support for Black Lives Matter plummeting among white voters in Wisconsin.
Neither does Portland. But the fact that the violence is continuous and seems to be escalating is cause for concern.
A 17-year-old Illinois teen has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide.
The Senseless Destruction of Property in Kenosha, Minneapolis, and Elsewhere Is Not Advancing Justice
Demand justice for those hurt and killed by police. Stop creating more victims.
'Silence Is Violence': D.C. Black Lives Matter Protesters Adopt Strategy of Intimidating Random White People
Evergreen College, but everywhere
The new law features harsher penalties, 12-hour detentions, and other invitations to abuse government power
Increasing tensions between the military-backed ruling class and the student-led democracy movement have prompted massive rallies in the capital.
The results reflect the impact of increasing publicity about police abuses.
Cops demonstrated their commitment to free and fair elections by firing rubber bullets and water cannons at protesters.
Colorado Springs Police Sergeant Keith Wrede insists he was just "going crazy" to Metallica and doesn't want protesters to die.
Was the L.A. District Attorney's Husband Acting in Self-Defense When He Threatened to Shoot Protesters on His Porch?
David Lacey faces three misdemeanor assault charges that hinge on whether he reasonably believed he and his wife were in danger.
Everybody Is Jumping to Conclusions About This Couple's Show of Force in Response to Trespassing Protesters
Mark and Patricia McCloskey's justification for brandishing their guns depends on facts, not ideology.
An encounter between militias in Louisville shows the enduring practical and symbolic importance of the right to armed self-defense.
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."
Government agents brutalizing people are in the wrong, whether or not we sympathize with those on the receiving end.
Judge Orders Federal Officers in Portland To Stop Harassing and Assaulting Journalists and Legal Observers
U.S. District Judge Michael Simon reminds the feds that they are bound by the First Amendment.
A president from a party supposedly committed to restraining the federal government is now sending enforcers to cities over local objections.
The federal police presence in Portland has enraged demonstrators. It's also taken pressure off the local justice center.
Plus: "learning pods" are an unfair target, COVID-19 reinfections are unlikely, and more...
Up close with the #WallofMoms on night 53 of the protests
The Hawaii senator fails to fully consider the causes of bad policing.
The Reason Roundtable talks Portland, policing, federalism, coronavirus, and the perennially dumb discourse.
John Lewis' life was a testament to the power of free speech and peaceful agitation.
Plus: How H-1B visa restrictions cost U.S. jobs, a woman sues the British health service over hormone blockers, and more...