Commentary

January 17, 2020
Commentary

John Lewis, Libertarian Hero

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, throw a little love to all those in the Civil Rights Movement who gave their minds, gave their bodies, and sacrificed for the cause of freedom.

December 10, 2019
Commentary

The Crossfire Hurricane Report’s Inconvenient Findings

Though it does not describe an investigation motivated by political bias, it is a textbook account of confirmation bias that should raise disturbing questions about the adequacy of the FISA process — and not just in this investigation.

Just Security
November 27, 2019
Commentary

A Serious Hearing on Marijuana Prohibition Was Overdue

Although the bill will certainly not go anywhere, especially during impeachment hearings, it is a welcome development from a Congress that, in 1937, rushed to prohibit marijuana based on spurious testimony and hyperbolic fearmongering.

The Hill