South Dakota v. Wayfair: A Taxing Decision

June 21, 2018.

Did Minnesota Lose Their Free Speech Case at Oral Argument?

June 14, 2018.

Time to Bury the Kafkaesque Process for Vindicating Property Rights

June 6, 2018.

Convicted of Violating a Law that Does Not Exist

May 24, 2018.

South Dakota Is Taxing the Constitution

April 4, 2018.

Maryland School Shooting Complicates the School Safety Movement

March 22, 2018.

These Kids Today: The Long History of Complaining About Violent Entertainment

March 9, 2018.

New York Attorney General Schneiderman Goes After Citizens United’s Donors

February 20, 2018.

For the Purposes of the Fourth Amendment, Does it Matter Where Your Email Is Stored?

January 19, 2018.

Colorado: Where Anyone Can Squelch Political Speech

January 12, 2018.

Not Everything Professionals Say Is “Professional Speech”

December 26, 2017.

Supreme Court Continues Its Gun-Shy Ways

December 6, 2017.

Time to Bury the Williamson County Rule

December 4, 2017.

Stash House Stings: When the Government Can Invent Crimes and Criminals

November 22, 2017.

Courts Should Police Sweetheart Settlements Where Only the Lawyers Benefit

November 16, 2017.

Much Ado Abood the First Amendment

November 15, 2017.

Supreme Court Should Protect Federalism against Pests Both Rodential and Congressional

October 30, 2017.

The Myth of Public-Sector Unions’ “Free Rider” Problem

October 19, 2017.

Senator Hatch Thinks It’s High Time to Fix Barriers to Medical Marijuana Research; It Is

September 14, 2017.

Are 3D-Printed Guns a Threat to National Security?

September 5, 2017.

When Is a Whistleblower Not a Whistleblower

August 31, 2017.

The Venerable Tradition of Opposing “Government Schools”

August 2, 2017.

Does the Seventh Amendment Mean What it Says?

July 24, 2017.

Betting on Freedom: The Federal Ban on States Legalizing Sports Gambling

June 19, 2017.

School Inc. Under Attack: Milton Friedman, PBS, and the Quixotic Pursuit of “Balance” in Public Broadcasting

June 16, 2017.

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