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No, Gates didn't create COVID-19, and he does not want to microchip us all. [Read More]
Weak reforms to the government's power to secretly snoop on Americans wasn't enough for the president. What happens next? [Read More]
I'm still doing some research related to President Trump's "Preventing Online Censorship" draft Executive Order, and hope to post more... [Read More]
Professor McGinnis worries that "some justices who might be thought to harbor originalist sympathies openly appealed to consequentialist arguments" [Read More]
Plus: the weird new battle lines on warrantless surveillance, more CDC incompetence, Minneapolis on fire, and more…... [Read More]
The bad policy and worse politics of coronavirus stimulus spending... [Read More]
Beware the temptation to collaborate with the state. [Read More]
In England, former Thames Valley Police department constable Jamie Larman has been barred from working for every police department in... [Read More]
Josh Hammer, F.H. Buckley, Ilan Wurman, with Judge Oldham as moderator... [Read More]
The voice of Alberto Alesina will be sorely missed. [Read More]
So reports Politico (Cristiano Lima), among other out President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order aimed at... [Read More]
In Timbs v. Indiana, the US Supreme Court ruled that the Eighth Amendment's Excessive Fines Clause applies to state asset forfeiture seizures. But key issues... [Read More]
In Freedom Watch, Inc. v. Google Inc., decided today by D.C. Circuit Judges Judith Rogers, Thomas Griffith, and Raymond Randolph,... [Read More]
The ruling is a continuation of the same case in which the federal Supreme Court ruled that the Excessive Fines Clause of the Eighth Amendment... [Read More]
National security journalist Barton Gellman talks about "the surveillance-industrial state," the possibility of a Biden presidency or a second Trump term, and his gripping new... [Read More]
A former Bush Administration Justice Department official responds to Judge Michael Luttig's critique of Judge Sullivan. [Read More]
Supreme Court precedent suggests COVID-19 restrictions that discriminate against churches are presumptively unconstitutional. [Read More]
Doing so can potentially save many thousands of lives. And moral objections to this practice are weak. The issues here are very similar to the... [Read More]
Barton Gellman's new book is a riveting account of exposing NSA excesses to the light of the day. [Read More]
From today's opinion by Judge Brian McDonald: On April 15, 2020, WASHLITE filed a first amended complaint alleging that Fox... [Read More]
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