"I would scream from the housetops. I would tell the world what was going on in the lives of these poor women. I would be heard."
My Cato Institute podcast on the dangers of using eminent domain to seize large amounts of private property to build a wall across the Mexican border.
Before mocking President Trump's surveillance complaint, try putting the shoe on the other foot…
The widespread use of encryption has triggered a new step in many criminal investigations: the encryption workaround. Here's a link to my new draft article that I co-authored with Bruce Schneier.
The Full Faith and Credit Clause is a more appropriate source of power than the Commerce Clause.
President Trump taps Judge Amul Thapar for the 6th Circuit, in what is surely the first of many judicial picks to come.
"A bloody ending to a bloody life."
Professor Lawrence Solum refutes four myths about originalism.
Technological self-protection options, if properly designed, can do more than just make it unnecessary for police to intervene — such options can make possible a broader diversity of VR and AR experiences.
What is it about the Federalist Society that seems to terrify some folks so much?