Issue: Law and Liberty

The Power of Independent Thinking


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The First Amendment is Under Attack in America’s Oceania
How to Reform Social Security—Part II
Crime and Punishment, California Style
Gavin Newsom is soft on crime, but so were Govs. Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Covid Lessons Learned, Four Years Later
Mandatory lockdowns had almost no benefit—but did significant economic and health-related damage.
Delaware’s ‘Assault Weapon’ Ban Argued in 3rd Circuit
Likelihood of prevailing on a constitutional claim may suffice for a preliminary injunction.
Who’s to Blame for High Gas Prices? California’s Democratic Politicians Should Look in the Mirror.
Two Birds of a Fiscal Feather
Harvard Tramples the Truth
When it came to debating Covid lockdowns, Veritas wasn’t the university’s guiding principle.
The Potted Plants of Higher Education
How to Reform Social Security—Part 1

  • Catalyst
  • Beyond Homeless