If some of the many prominent people who decry cancellation of "The Interview" are willing to put their money where their mouths are, we can find a way to make the movie available to the public - and inflict a setback on North Korea.
Facebook should reverse its apparent decision to cooperate with the Russian government's demand to block access to a page supporting opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Nebraska and Oklahoma's lawsuit against Colorado's marijuana legalization law has dangerous implications - particularly for conservatives and others who want to enforce constitutional limits on the scope of federal power.
Aaron Tao of the Independent Institute argues that the plot of the "Hunger Games" trilogy exemplifies economist Gordon Tullock's "Paradox of Revolution." NOTE: For obvious reasons, this post includes spoilers.
The Volokh Conspiracy tradition of celebrating Saturnalia continues!
Today's federal district court opinion striking down Obama's executive order on immigration is poorly reasoned and ignores important counterarguments.
My Reason article on why Obama's immigration policy is constitutional.
Damon Root's new book is an excellent overview of the debate over judicial review between conservatives and libertarians.
Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber was denounced by politicians in both parties this week, because of his comments about voter ignorance. But much of what he said was entirely accurate.
The holiday season is a great time to consider Volokh Conspiracy holiday presents for the VC readers in your life!