(Here is the latest edition of the Institute for Justice’s weekly Short Circuit newsletter, written by John Ross.)

Over at Cato Unbound, Evan Bernick of IJ’s Center for Judicial Engagement traces judicial restraint back to its progressive roots, explains how it came to dominate conservative legal thinking, and argues that it is incompatible with constitutionally limited government. Click here to read. This week’s podcast features IJ litigator Robert Everett Johnson. Read on, friends.