He's breaking the country's asylum laws
Since the accessories are legal, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is helping the president rewrite the law.
My new Penn Regulatory Review article explains why =widespread claims that Trump is a deregulator are undermined by his immigration policies, which include increases in regulation that outweigh reductions he may have achieved elsewhere.
In theory, yes. But not in the world we actually live in, where law enforcement is already rife with numerous discretionary decisions made unavoidable by the fact that we have far too many laws.
Neo-Malthusianism in the Sunday
New York Times
Once the trust in checks and balances is eroded, it's difficult to regain.
Nigeria will have a higher population than the U.S. by mid-century, when one in four people on Earth will live in Africa.
A speech on respecting rule of law and transparency from an administration that did neither.
Libertarian legal scholar Randy Barnett on what Trump's victory means for the Supreme Court and our constitutional rights.
Cognitive dissonance in the 2016 election.
Metal detectors, fire evacuations, Stalinist architecture, and ideological grilling, all in one day!
And if you try to help any such accused cybercriminal, you are breaking the "law" too.
For libertarians it may seem like winter is always coming
Q and A with Philip K. Howard
Trayvon Martin may have been the one using the idea of "Stand Your Ground."
Including that of a sixteen-year-old American citizen in Yemen