The Force Against Hawaii’s Unconstitutional Election Awakens

December 28, 2015.

Government Can’t Censor Digital Expression Just Because Someone Somewhere Might Use It for Unlawful Purposes

December 21, 2015.

You Should Be Able to Go to Federal Court with Your Federal Constitutional Claims

December 14, 2015.

Excessive Fines Are Unconstitutional

December 10, 2015.

How Far Will Justice Kennedy Go?

December 9, 2015.

Definition of “One Person, One Vote” Hinges on Two Votes

December 9, 2015.

Supreme Court Blocks Race-Based Election

December 3, 2015.

Free Speech Dominates Censorious Sheriff

December 1, 2015.

Courts Should Review Executive-Agency Interpretations of the First Amendment

November 24, 2015.

Not Everything That’s Unseemly Should Be Illegal

November 23, 2015.

Et tu, Princeton?

November 23, 2015.

Supreme Court Must Defend Interstate Commerce

November 16, 2015.

More on the Immigration Ruling as We Head to the Supreme Court

November 16, 2015.

Towards a Balanced Budget Amendment

November 12, 2015.

“Underground Regulations” Violate the Constitution as Much as Headline-Grabbing Executive Actions

November 11, 2015.

Good Policy, Bad Law: Obama Correctly Rejected Again on Immigration Reform

November 10, 2015.

Florida’s Eminent Domain Shenanigans

November 9, 2015.

Redskins’ Trademarks Are Constitutionally Protected

November 9, 2015.

Printers Shouldn’t Be Forced to Print Messages They Don’t Agree With

October 30, 2015.

How Would a President Ben Carson Overturn Roe v. Wade?

October 28, 2015.

Chicago’s Sheriff Crusades against Online Ads

October 27, 2015.

No Way (to Violate Property Rights), San Jose

October 19, 2015.

Judicial Engagement, Illustrated

October 19, 2015.

Shooting a 68-Year-Old Who Poses No Threat Violates Clearly Established Law

September 29, 2015.

The Passing of a “Progressive Originalist”

September 28, 2015.