“Charity Is in Its Nature Essentially Civilizing”: In Defense of Herbert Spencer

April 17, 2015.

Will the Real Herbert Spencer Please Stand Up?

April 13, 2015.

The Grapes of Wrath: California Raisins Are Back at the Supreme Court

March 10, 2015.

Fifth Time’s a Charm? Why the Court Should Strike Down the Armed Career Criminal Act as Unconstitutionally Vague

February 26, 2015.

Campaign Finance Censors Lose Debate to Reddit

January 16, 2015.

Broad Reforms Needed to Stop Another Ferguson

November 25, 2014.

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

November 16, 2014.

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

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.

How Destroying Fish Is Not Like Destroying Financial Records

July 10, 2014.

TV Broadcasters Should Have Same Rights As Everyone Else

April 18, 2014.

The Washington Post Quietly Corrects Justice John Paul Stevens’s Grievous Error about Gun Laws

April 14, 2014.

Supreme Court to Government: Stop Railroading Property Owners

March 10, 2014.

Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch on the New Episode of “Free Thoughts,” the Libertarianism.org Podcast

February 18, 2014.

When the Levee Breaks: How the SAFE Act Could Unconstitutionally Strip States of FEMA Funding

February 6, 2014.

President Obama Can’t Dictate Senate Rules

December 2, 2013.

The Dangers of a Soda Tax

November 29, 2013.

A Conspiracy against Obamacare

November 19, 2013.

Protecting the Rights of Workers Against Forced Association

October 1, 2013.

Federal Contractors Shouldn’t Lose First Amendment Rights

July 16, 2013.

Community Associations Have Property Rights Too

July 15, 2013.

The Takings Clause Has No Expiration Date

July 9, 2013.

Silver Linings in United States v. Kebodeaux

June 24, 2013.

Can You Vague That Up for Me?

May 22, 2013.