Congress has completely abdicated its constitutional responsibility to authorize war.
From Syria to spending, the legislative branch has lost all interest in performing its basic constitutional functions.
The state uses a panel of partisan officials with absolute discretion to determine who gets to vote again
A new appreciation of the great abolitionist on the 200th anniversary of his birth.
It's gonna be a wild 2018.
Why the Trump administration lost in federal court.
The 5th Circuit nominee faces the Senate Judiciary Committee.
It's time to put the myth of electoral bias out of its misery.
Ted Cruz joins Rand Paul and Mike Lee in enthusiastically endorsing lawless jurist Roy Moore.
From Iran to Obamacare to DACA, the president is acting on what Republicans have long promised, in a way that rightly devolves power to the legislative branch.
This country has a long history of protections for freedom of conscience.
The academy, the director of the African Studies program contends, has never considered speech a central value.
And 20 percent don't know atheists have the same rights as everyone else.
Celebrate Constitution Day!
Kentucky senator talks about his vote on intervention-authorizations, says John McCain “has never met a war he wasn't interested in getting the U.S. involved in,” and worries about “these generals whispering in” Trump’s “ears every day.”
Matt Welch interviews the libertarian-leaning legislators, as well as Emily Yoffe and Eli Lake, on Channel 121
"The neoconservatives and the neoliberals believe the president has unlimited authority," senator complains during unsuccessful attempt to repeal the post-9/11 authorizations for the use of military force.
Federalism is alive and kicking in the age of Trump.
Libertarian legal ideas are gaining ground.