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A Brief History of the Freedom of Speech in America Jul. 16, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"I disagree with what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it." — Voltaire (... Read More

'The Bill of Rights Is Above My Pay Grade' Apr. 23, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

The loss of liberty is at hand. Every day in America, mayors and governors — not one of whom i... Read More

Will COVID-19 Kill the Constitution? Politicians and the Public Are Alarmingly Willing to Violate Civil Liberties in the Name of Fighting the Epidemic Apr. 01, 2020

Jacob Sullum

The great American jurist St. George Tucker, writing at the beginning of the 19th century, called th... Read More

A More or Less Perfect Union Feb. 12, 2020

Walter E. Williams

"A More or Less Perfect Union" is a three-part series, produced by Free to Choose Network, that will... Read More

Suicide Prevention to Priority for First Responders Dec. 31, 2019

Daily Editorials

Suicide, it is well known, is increasing among America's military. It is less well-known that suicid... Read More

The Sexual Bill of Rights Oct. 16, 2019

Single FileĀ®

Realizing that sex is an integral dimension of well-being, I will incorporate sexual fulfillment int... Read More

The Dangerous Urge To Do Something Aug. 15, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When tragedy strikes, as it did in two mass killings earlier this month, there is always the urge to... Read More

Our Founders' Messy Truths Jul. 04, 2019

Armstrong Williams

As we approach the 243rd year since our nation's founding, there are signs of decline. One of the mo... Read More

The Lemon Is Squeezed Dry Jun. 28, 2019

Michael Barone

There's something attractive in the party names in the Supreme Court's decision on the relationship ... Read More

The Costs of Monitoring Your Prescriptions: State Databases That Track Our Medications Invade Privacy Without Reducing Opioid-Related Deaths Jun. 12, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Prescription drug monitoring programs do not seem to be very effective at preventing abuse of opioid... 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

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

We Already Have a Free-Trade Deal: It's Called the Constitution Oct. 07, 2015

Terence Jeffrey

When the founders of this nation wrote the Constitution they created a charter for the greatest and ... Read More

Gross Media Ignorance Jun. 30, 2011

Walter E. Williams

There's little that's intelligent or informed about Time magazine editor Richard Stengel's article &... Read More