Freedom Caucus Forgets The Freedom Part

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey
House Freedom Caucus member Rep. Raul Labrador says it's time to rein in the executive branch. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

Coordination rules impose the most stifling and perilous kind of political oversight.

The Corrupt Mr. Whitehouse

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey
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As any prominent Democrat leader will proudly attest, progressives don’t want to ignore the First Amendment they want to abolish it.

Beware 'Conservative' Campaign Finance Reformers

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

Mark McKinnon splits with Lawrence Lessig, but still has it in for political speech

Michael Mann, climate charlatan

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

A neutral scientist wouldn’t be stumping for Terry McAuliffe

How to get money out of politics

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

Reduce the size and scope of the federal government.

Disclosure as political armament

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

Campaign-spending disclosure laws are good for incumbents, but bad for democracy.

Fairness, as legal elites see it

Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

Law school deans are upset that the Supreme Court might rein in their affirmative action programs.

The enlightened Southern voter

Feature:Opinion | Paul H. Jossey

Why Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is both unconstitutional and unnecessary.

The courts should do more to defend economic freedom

Editorial | Paul H. Jossey

Since the New Deal, the judiciary has taken a hands-off approach to economic regulation. That needs to change.

EPA's war on property rights

Editorial | Paul H. Jossey

A recent Supreme Court case sheds light on just how far the agency is willing to go to achieve its aims.

Hockey sticks and academic freedom

op-ed | Paul H. Jossey

Why the Virginia Supreme Court’s ruling that UVA does not have to release global-warming documents is bad news for scientists and taxpayers.