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Virginia's Second Amendment Attack Dec. 25, 2019

Walter E. Williams

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam apologized for his medical school blackface stunt, but he will have ... Read More

Anatomy of a Drug War Crime: A Deadly Raid Based on a Bogus Tip and a Fraudulent Search Warrant Affidavit Highlights Loose Police Practices in Houston Nov. 27, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Are you confident that police will not break down your door tonight? If so, it's probably because yo... Read More

Will the Supreme Court or Congress Ban Discrimination Against Gays? Oct. 20, 2019

Steve Chapman

For 55 years, federal law has banned employment discrimination on the basis of sex. If you're a woma... Read More

The Myth of Independence Day Jul. 04, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

The Declaration of Independence — released on July 4, 1776 — was Thomas Jefferson's mast... Read More

America Takes an Antifa Beating Jul. 03, 2019

Michelle Malkin

I will not be in much of a celebratory mood this coming Independence Day. Our borders have collapsed... Read More

Are Abortion & Gay Rights American Values? Jun. 11, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

"My religion defines who I am. And I've been a practicing Catholic my whole life," said Vice Preside... Read More

The Right to a Defense May. 27, 2019

Daily Editorials

The American system of justice strives, in fits and starts, toward fairness. Several features help a... Read More

'Franchise for All' Reduces Crime Apr. 26, 2019

The Outlaw

The Democratic primary race bumped into voting rights for incarcerated people again this week at a C... Read More

Pleading the Sixth Apr. 19, 2019

The Outlaw

I laugh when gun rights advocates say we need the Second Amendment to protect the means of resisting... Read More

The Assange Indictment Is a Victory for Press Freedom Apr. 14, 2019

Steve Chapman

Julian Assange has a knack for making enemies. Conservatives denounced him in 2010 after he put onli... Read More

Frederick Douglass and Voting Rights Feb. 01, 2019

Linda Chavez

I have been reading — more accurately, listening to — David Blight's new biography, "Fre... 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

Letting Felons Vote Is Cause for Thanks Nov. 22, 2018

Steve Chapman

For anyone who cares about politics and government, it is easier to find reasons to complain than to... Read More

Respect Voters' Will on Florida's Amendment 4 Nov. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

A solid majority of Florida voters sought to right a wrong by supporting constitutional Amendment 4 ... Read More

Quitting May Mean Surviving Nov. 08, 2018

At Work

As she walked out of his office, a stapler flew by her, missing her shoulder but smashing into the f... Read More

Kavanaugh's Soft Spot for Police Abuses Jul. 15, 2018

Steve Chapman

The history of liberty in America features an endless battle over the rights of individuals versus t... Read More

The Values Underlying Independence Day Jul. 05, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

The Declaration of Independence — which was signed on July 3, 1776, for public release on July... Read More

In Defense of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Mar. 01, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

The Ash Wednesday massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, seems to ha... Read More

Here We Go Again Dec. 14, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

For the second time in two months, someone who has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State has plott... Read More