The Independent Institute
William J. Watkins Jr.
Nullification and the Kentucky Resolution of 1798
A Lesson Plan for Constitution Day
Remembering Our First Constitution
John Roberts and Barack Obama: Partners in Legacy
Congress Considers Taking a Bite out of the Patent Trolls
The Great Charter Turns 800
Conservatives Wrong to Oppose Patent Reform
Exclusive Interview: William J. Watkins, Jr.
Adding Punch to Senator Cornyns Patent Reforms
We Need a Specialized Patent Trial Court
China Declares War on U.S. Intellectual Property, Gets Into the Patent Trolling Business
Rethinking Patent Enforcement: Tesla Did What?
Does East Texas Hold a Patent on Predatory Litigation?
Debate on Gun Control Should Ask Whether Congress Has Power to Regulate
The Sugar-y Sweet Temptation of Anti-Competitive Lawsuits
First Amendment Scores Major Victory in Seattle
Who Cares about Congress?
Gingrich Is Right about Judicial Supremacy
Obamacare, the Constitution, and the Original Meaning of the Commerce Clause
Government by Commerce Clause
Abandon the Ginsburg Rule for Supreme Court Candidates
A Role for the People in Judicial Selection
Todays Census No Longer Just Counts People
Tea Party Movement Knows No Party Allegiance
Dont Rock the Vote, Baby!
Where Was the Constitution in the Bailout Debate?
A Victory and a Warning
The Great Writ Preserved
The Miers Nomination: Avoiding Advice and Consent
William Rehnquists Federalist Legacy
Raiching the Constitution over the Coals
John G. Roberts and the New Federalism
Private Property in Peril
The New Threat of Big Brother: The REAL ID Act
The Revolution of 1800 and the USA PATRIOT Act
Rethinking the Pledge of Allegiance
Al Qaidas Unknowing Allies
Corporate Profits and Slave Reparations
Combating Terrorism and the Lessons of 1798