Coordination rules impose the most stifling and perilous kind of political oversight.
As any prominent Democrat leader will proudly attest, progressives don’t want to ignore the First Amendment they want to abolish it.
Mark McKinnon splits with Lawrence Lessig, but still has it in for political speech
A neutral scientist wouldn’t be stumping for Terry McAuliffe
Reduce the size and scope of the federal government.
Campaign-spending disclosure laws are good for incumbents, but bad for democracy.
Law school deans are upset that the Supreme Court might rein in their affirmative action programs.
Why Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is both unconstitutional and unnecessary.
Since the New Deal, the judiciary has taken a hands-off approach to economic regulation. That needs to change.
A recent Supreme Court case sheds light on just how far the agency is willing to go to achieve its aims.
Why the Virginia Supreme Court’s ruling that UVA does not have to release global-warming documents is bad news for scientists and taxpayers.