Some libertarians argue that we should try to reclaim the word "liberal." I am sympathetic to their project. But, on balance, we would do better to stick with "libertarian."
Listen to my debate with Professor Doug Berman on whether a drug dealer acquitted of running a drug ring should be sentenced for running a drug ring.
Firearms law CLE program in Indianapolis on April 25.
So the Seventh Circuit held Friday in Laborers Local 326 v. Walker (7th Cir. Apr. 18, 2014). Act 10 … prohibited government employers from collectively bargaining with their general employees over anything except base wages, made it more challenging for general‐employee unions to obtain certification as exclusive bargaining agents, and precluded general‐employee unions from using […]
Sometimes it's illegal -- but sometimes it's legal, and sometimes prohibitions on such sterilization are unconstitutional.
So holds a California trial court.
Damon Linker argues that atheists cannot explain or justify self-sacrifice. In reality, atheism is no less compatible with moral constraints on self-interest than theism.
In the last week, a Florida case said "yes" and a California case said "no." But that's not surprising, since the state statutes differ.
Tips for law review editors about punctuation, quotation marks, and footnote calls.
Complaints about fringes on the flag came as early as the 1920s -- in 1925, the U.S. Attorney General actually wrote an opinion about them.