By Ryan Bourne. CapX. June 28, 2017.
Taxes are not everything, and in many cases may not even be the most important policy lever to improve growth prospects. But there is a much broader theoretical and empirical literature than just the Kansas “experiment” which shows that they really do matter.
By Roger Pilon. Washington Examiner. June 28, 2017.
If the state can wipe out pre-existing rights simply by issuing a later ordinance, and thereby escape the requirements of the Takings Clause, that guarantee is a dead letter.
By David Bier. Washington Post. June 27, 2017.
Because the court allowed the ban to go into effect only against
applicants who have few ties to the United States, the court may
decide to protect those immigrants with close ties to the country.
By Ike Brannon. The Weekly Standard. June 27, 2017.
Its residents had better hope not.
By Josh Blackman. National Review (Online). June 27, 2017.
If this bill is enacted — and that is a big if — opponents will locate every conceivable basis to contest the law, so it will be held up in litigation, potentially, until after the next election.
By Ilya Shapiro. CNN.com. June 26, 2017.
Today’s decision makes clear that Trinity Lutheran’s playground
improvement is no different than the government provision of police
or fire protection to houses of worship and other religious