Government Must Honor Its Contracts

November 21, 2014.

There’s Room for Direct Democracy in a Republic

November 21, 2014.

Supreme Court Should Remove Kafka-esque Burden to Vindicating Property Rights

November 16, 2014.

Will the Supreme Court Take Up Marriage Cases After All?

November 9, 2014.

New Attorney General Pick a Savvy Move

November 8, 2014.

Can a State Punish You for Advertising Your Business Without a License?

November 6, 2014.

You Shouldn’t Have to Register with the Government to Engage in Political Advocacy

November 5, 2014.

Three Quick Thoughts on the Election’s Implications for the Judiciary

November 5, 2014.

The Endangered Species Act Isn’t Meant to Ignore the Human Species

November 4, 2014.

Yes, Florida, the Constitution Protects Property Rights

November 4, 2014.

Federalism Doesn’t Mean That States Can Do Whatever They Want

October 27, 2014.

Now More Than Ever, Courts Should Police Administrative Agencies

October 17, 2014.

Supreme Court Declines to Review Another Important Case

October 15, 2014.

Uncle Sam’s Vestigial Feudalism

October 9, 2014.

Supreme Court Shows Active Restraint in Not Taking Up Marriage Cases

October 6, 2014.

Court Is Back in Session: No Huge Cases Yet, but Blockbusters Loom

October 6, 2014.

Cato Maintains Opposition to IRS Lawlessness in Obamacare-Subsidies Case

October 6, 2014.

Amtrak Shouldn’t Get to Write Its Own Ticket

September 30, 2014.

Eric Holder’s Tenure

September 25, 2014.

The Great Debate Over Hobby Lobby

September 23, 2014.

The Constitutional Dimension of Your Morning Commute

September 22, 2014.

Supreme Court Must Resolve Obamacare Chaos

September 4, 2014.

The First Amendment Protects Random Ugly Rap Lyrics

August 22, 2014.

Congress Gets Unlimited Power Because…Slavery?

August 21, 2014.

People Shouldn’t Be Able to Sue Think Tanks When They Disagree with Us

August 12, 2014.