Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Opinion

"Governors in Jordan routinely abuse the law and use imprisonment to protect potential victims of honor crimes."

  • Opinion

Will Wilkinson has responded to my critique of his essay attacking libertarian skepticism about democracy. This post is my rejoinder.

  • Opinion

The Supreme Court's big Fourth Amendment case will be argued Nov. 29.

  • Opinion

But, though personal insults directly addressed to a particular person might be punishable "fighting words," general statements that are posted for the public at large to see are constitutionally protected.

  • Review

An important new book explains how public ignorance enables to powerful interest groups to use government regulation to enrich themselves at the expense of the rest of society. Such regulatory "capture" also increases inequality and causes major reductions in economic growth.

  • Opinion

So says a Pennsylvania court.

  • Opinion

Roy Moore was never committed to the Constitution. Indeed, it's not clear he even understands it.

  • Opinion

That's the trademark at the heart of this year's Supreme Court decision in Matal v. Tam.

  • Opinion

An observation on questions at oral argument.

  • Opinion

The surprising relevance of Marbury v. Madison.

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