I discuss last week's Supreme Court opinions and much more with Professors Dan Epps and Ian Samuel.
The mercurial justice lets everybody down, again.
Despite its ruling in favor of a Colorado baker, the Court remains hostile to religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws.
After oral arguments last year, Stephanie Slade correctly observed that "justices might have found a sort of get-out-of-jail-free card." Also on the
Reason Podcast: Bill Clinton, Roseanne, Samantha Bee, Kim Kardashian, and maybe the worst celebrity of the week, Larry Kudlow.
This 7-2 ruling is more about Colorado's biased enforcement of discrimination law than freedom of expression.
Nobody has the right to force bakers to print speech they hate. The debate is over what counts as speech.
Why do adults need a judge’s approval to be married, anyway?
School choice and cultural pressure are better than government mandates.
A "hate group" list loved by the media is bogus.
Just when you thought you couldn't like Moore any less.
Masterpiece is the first such case to make it to the justices.
Public accommodation laws clash with freedom of religion and compelled speech.
The point seems to elude
The New York Times.
Nearly two-thirds give a thumb's up, but Parliament still needs to act.
If ever there were a would-be colleague who someone of even slight libertarian tendencies should be leery of, it is Roy Moore.
A tale of two parliaments
Trump administration argues the First Amendment protects right to decline.