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Transparency Bill Helps Public and the Cops Mar. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Transparency in government provides a major distinction between a free society and one in which auth... Read More

8 Ways to Fix America's Messed-Up Presidential Elections Mar. 11, 2019

Ted Rall

In 2016, there were 17 major candidates for the Republican presidential nomination, so many they had... Read More

President Trump's Bad Week Mar. 07, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

In an ideal world, the president of the United States would succeed in negotiating a nuclear arms tr... Read More

Protecting Juvenile Offenders' Right to Legal Representation Mar. 07, 2019

Daily Editorials

An all too common tragedy occurs in juvenile justice when young people accused of crimes are pressur... Read More

Gun Sale Laws Need Consistency Mar. 07, 2019

Daily Editorials

The phrase "if the law supposes that, the law is an ass," has been misstated and misused over the ye... Read More

SCOTUS Ruling Should End Theft by Police Mar. 06, 2019

Daily Editorials

At last, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken a firm stance against the constitutionally abhorrent pract... Read More

Not the Impeachment We Need Mar. 01, 2019

The Outlaw

Former fixer Michael Cohen's day of public testimony before the House Committee on Oversight and Ref... Read More

Smollett Lies Expose a Culture of Lying to -- and About -- the Police Feb. 28, 2019

Larry Elder

Lawyers representing Jussie Smollett, the actor who apparently lied to the Chicago Police Department... Read More

New York Times v. Sullivan Is the Correct Standard in Libel Cases Feb. 28, 2019

Daily Editorials

Justice Clarence Thomas might hold a revered seat on the nation's highest court, but that doesn't me... Read More

Can a Giant Christian Cross Be Secular?: Challenge to Maryland WWI Memorial Illustrates Confusion Caused by Supreme Court's Establishment Clause Cases Feb. 27, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Let's talk about the constitutional significance of bushes at the foot of the 40-foot-high, 16-ton c... Read More

I've Been Silicon Valley Sharia'd Feb. 27, 2019

Michelle Malkin

Last week, the little birdies in Twitter's legal department notified me that one of my tweets from 2... 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

Trump's Phony-Yet-Legal Border Emergency: Congress Seems to Have Authorized This End Run Around Its Spending Power. Can It Do That? Feb. 20, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Members of Congress who are dismayed by Donald Trump's invocation of emergency powers to build his b... Read More

Make Campaign Finance Violations Sting Feb. 18, 2019

Daily Editorials

A group that actively campaigned for Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has gotten its hand slapped and ... Read More

Fighting for What Is Right Feb. 14, 2019

At Work

Q: I have been a (100 percent) successful commissioned outside sales representative for the last 10 ... Read More

Law Should Reflect Today's Medical and Societal Advances on HIV Feb. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Under current Missouri law, a person who has tested positive for HIV can face serious legal conseque... Read More

Short Takes on Judges Who Talk First, Think Later Feb. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Red-Faced Blackface Gucci has pulled from shelves its "blackface sweater," which was pretty much exa... Read More

The Thorny Problem of Finding Who's to Blame for Drug Overdoses Feb. 08, 2019

C Force

As prescription and illicit opioid overdose deaths continue to rise in the United States, lawsuits a... Read More

No Such Thing as a Slam-Dunk Lawsuit Feb. 07, 2019

At Work

Q: Could a potential employee who is asked to sign a non-compete employment agreement just sign the ... Read More

Short Takes on Weird News of the Week Feb. 06, 2019

Daily Editorials

Maligning the Melting Pot Veteran newscaster Tom Brokaw's comments about Hispanic Americans weren't ... Read More