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Airbnb Tolls for Thee Feb. 22, 2019

The Outlaw

Joe Watson served more than 10 years in prison for armed robbery. In the two years since his release... Read More

Journalists Had Better Hope I Win My Case Feb. 22, 2019

Ted Rall

I have written extensively about my lawsuit against the LA Times. As I prepare for the next, do-or-d... Read More

Hollywood's Hijack of the #MeToo Movement Feb. 14, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The powerful #MeToo movement was established to address real injustices suffered by women — an... Read More

High Cash Bail Without Due Process Violates Defendants' Fundamental Rights Feb. 04, 2019

Daily Editorials

If America's constitutional principle of justice had to be boiled down to four words, they would be:... Read More

The Imbalanced Scales of Justice Dec. 14, 2018

Adriana Cohen

The U.S. judicial system is disintegrating before our eyes. What used to be a world-renowned legal s... 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

Here's What Michael Cohen Did NOT Say Dec. 03, 2018

Dick Morris

All of Washington is fulminating and overflowing with adverbs to describe Michael Cohen's guilty ple... Read More

Think Crime Doesn't Pay? Probation-Monitoring Companies Beg to Differ. Nov. 29, 2018

Daily Editorials

They say that crime doesn't pay. But "they" weren't talking about the booming for-profit industry th... Read More

Whatever Happened to the Principled Resignation? The Principled Boycott? Nov. 23, 2018

Ted Rall

This past spring, the president met with his White House counsel to discuss an idea. Donald Trump wa... Read More

Alarmist Nonsense Should Not Stop Sentencing Reform: Modest Changes in First Step Act Are No Threat to Public Safety Nov. 21, 2018

Jacob Sullum

The federal sentencing reforms that Donald Trump endorsed last week could shorten the terms of 2,700... Read More

If Trump Wants Mexican Cooperation, Quiet Diplomacy Is the Way to Go Nov. 20, 2018

Daily Editorials

The U.S.-Mexico bilateral relationship is on trial in more ways than one these days. Tested by sharp... Read More

'Making a Murderer: Part 2,' A Post-Conviction Master Class Nov. 14, 2018

Michelle Malkin

Undoing wrongful convictions takes a killer instinct. Chicago-based exoneration specialist Kathleen ... Read More

Heroes and Villains Oct. 25, 2018

Armstrong Williams

The controversy over the years of sexual abuse against young women meted out by now disgraced and in... Read More

The #MeToo Mob and Our Judicial System Oct. 05, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Those in the #MeToo mob and their radical supporters on the left insist we must believe all women wh... Read More

In the Room Where It Happened, Flake Stole the Show Oct. 03, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

Give him this: Jeff Flake listened. He changed. Few senators would have flown into the face of his p... Read More

Protesting During the National Anthem, Freedom of Speech and Justice Sep. 06, 2018

Scott Rasmussen

Sixty-nine percent of voters nationwide believe freedom of speech is "absolutely essential." Another... Read More

Why Trump Sees Bias at the Justice Department Aug. 26, 2018

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — "Double standard?" President Donald Trump guffawed after Fox News anchor Ainsley ... Read More

Second-Look Sentencing Jul. 14, 2018

Diane Dimond

Do you believe in second chances? To be more specific, do you believe in second chances for convicte... Read More

Filling the Swamp Jul. 12, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When Donald Trump started running for the Republican nomination for president in June 2015, he began... Read More

Is a Trump Court in the Making? Jul. 10, 2018

Patrick Buchanan

If Mitch McConnell's Senate can confirm his new nominee for the Supreme Court, President Donald Trum... Read More