The Court Today: At Once Deferential and Activist

June 25, 2015.

So Much for the Rule of Law

June 25, 2015.

Of Raisins and Property Rights

June 22, 2015.

Deconstructing Magna Carta

June 15, 2015.

Problematic Prairie Pup Protections Put “Propriety” In Perspective

May 27, 2015.

Wisconsin’s Criminalization of Political Speech

April 27, 2015.

Senator Whitehouse Declaims

April 22, 2015.

Henry Butler: George Mason Law School’s New Dean

April 22, 2015.

Religious Liberty’s Denouement in Indiana

April 4, 2015.

Tim Cook’s Moral Confusion—and Intolerance

March 31, 2015.

Indiana’s “Defense” of Religious Liberty

March 29, 2015.

M. Stanton Evans, R.I.P.

March 9, 2015.

The Court’s Consequential Concerns: King v. Burwell

March 4, 2015.

To Vaccinate, or Not to Vaccinate: That Is the Question

February 3, 2015.

Justice Department Announces Partial Forfeiture Reform

January 16, 2015.

The Pope Weighs in on Charlie Hebdo

January 15, 2015.

Federal-State Entanglement—Drug Policy Version

December 29, 2014.

Harvard’s Asian-American Problem Has a Solution, Chapel Hill’s Does Not

November 26, 2014.

Should Republicans Restore the Judicial Filibuster?

November 6, 2014.

The D.C. Circuit Vacates Its Panel’s Halbig Decision

September 4, 2014.

Suing the President: Maybe Legal, Likely Unwise

July 31, 2014.

Should Boehner Sue Obama?

July 15, 2014.

Hobby Lobby’s Aftermath—and Its Implications for Freedom

July 3, 2014.

A Win, But a Major Missed Opportunity: NLRB v. Canning

June 26, 2014.

Senseless in Seattle: The Minimum-Wage Follies

June 24, 2014.

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