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A National Emergency Might Backfire on Trump Jan. 13, 2019

Steve Chapman

If you can't stop someone from doing something you dislike, you can always hope he or she will event... Read More

Can the President Alone Build a Border Wall? Jan. 10, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When Donald Trump was looking for a catchy phrase during his 2016 presidential campaign to address t... Read More

Are Boycotts Protected by the First Amendment? Only If You Like the Cause They Serve, According to Supporters of Laws That Target the Anti-Israel BDS Movement Jan. 09, 2019

Jacob Sullum

I am not one of those people who keep track of the policies, positions and practices of every busine... Read More

How Compassionate Is the Democrats' Open-Borders Policy? Dec. 28, 2018

David Limbaugh

People are having fun lampooning Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's selective exploitation of Scripture to s... Read More

William Barr's Never-Ending War: Trump's Nominee for Attorney General Is Apt to Encourage His Worst Instincts on Drug Policy Dec. 12, 2018

Jacob Sullum

William Barr, Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, believes the president has vast, unilater... Read More

Stop Ignoring Double Jeopardy: The Supreme Court Should Reconsider the Misbegotten Dual Sovereignty Doctrine Dec. 05, 2018

Jacob Sullum

No one disputes that Terance Gamble, who was convicted of second-degree robbery in 2008, broke the l... Read More

The Chief Justice Takes On the President Nov. 29, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When Donald Trump became president, he swore an oath to uphold the Constitution and enforce federal ... Read More

Profitable Penalties Imperil Justice: Supreme Court Should Make It Clear That State Forfeitures Are Constrained by Excessive Fines Clause Nov. 28, 2018

Jacob Sullum

Tyson Timbs, an Indiana man desperate for money to support his heroin habit, did exactly what the co... Read More

For What Should We Be Thankful? Nov. 22, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What if the government's true goal is to perpetuate itself? What if the real levers of governmental ... Read More

'It's About the Voter Fraud, Stupid!' Nov. 18, 2018

Wayne Allyn Root

It turns out James Carville was wrong. It's not about "the economy, stupid." President Donald Trump ... Read More

Will the Real Attorney General Please Stand Up? Nov. 15, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week's surprise forced resignation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general of the United States se... Read More

Americans Don't Appreciate Their Freedom Nov. 15, 2018

Daily Editorials

Here's a shock: Almost half of Americans cannot name a single right protected by the First Amendment... Read More

Privatization Is Not an Option Nov. 14, 2018

Jim Hightower

Unable to find a fatal flaw in our far-flung public mail delivery network, the anti-Postal Service f... Read More

Democrats Aren't Losing Faith in Our Constitutional System. They Just Don't Like It Nov. 09, 2018

David Harsanyi

In liberals' imaginations, there are only four ways to lose elections — and none has to do wit... Read More

Calling George Mason Nov. 06, 2018

William Murchison

What we can all say with resonant voice and unflinching confidence about the Nov. 6 elections is tha... Read More

The President and the Constitution Nov. 02, 2018

Linda Chavez

In the days leading up to Tuesday's midterm elections, President Donald Trump has chosen to wheel ou... Read More

Death at the Tree of Life Nov. 02, 2018

Daily Editorials

The rampage in a Pittsburgh synagogue that left 11 dead has become so enmeshed in election-eve debat... Read More

Democratic-Controlled House Oct. 31, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Democrats are hoping the coming election will give them a majority in the House of Representatives. ... Read More

The DOJ Should Not Prosecute Robert Bowers: The Federal Case Against the Pittsburgh Shooter Is Redundant and Constitutionally Questionable Oct. 31, 2018

Jacob Sullum

If anyone deserves execution, the man who murdered 11 mostly elderly people at a Pittsburgh synagogu... Read More