I talked this morning with Armstrong & Getty about Monday’s Supreme Court arguments in the greenhouse gases case. If you missed it, you can listen here. You can learn more about that case with this helpful post at SCOTUSBlog, and … Continue reading
If you missed my appearance on John Stossel’s show the other day, you can watch it here. (By the way, the “liberal college” I attended is Chaffey Community College in Rancho Cucamonga, California. I later transferred to Hillsdale.) … Continue reading
I was honored to be invited to participate in the taping of John Stossel’s show at the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington last weekend, along with Don Boudreaux, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and many other great voices for liberty. That … Continue reading
Kermit Roosevelt, David Upham, Sandhya Bathija and I are still mixing it up on the subject of judicial activism and judicial restraint over at Cato Unbound. My latest post, “Rational Basis Scrutiny Is Just A Stupid Rock,” is available here. … Continue reading
Our blog had some technical problems, but has now been restored. Sorry for the delay, but we’re glad to be back.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch’s Bart Hinkle wonders wonders about the Bizarro world of Obamacare, where penalties are taxes that aren’t bills for raising revenue, where a job is wage-slavery, but handouts are freedom, and where losing your job is a chance … Continue reading
Good news from the Dairy State: the City of Milwaukee has decided to drop its appeal of a lower court decision holding the city’s regulation of taxicab permits unconstitutional. You’ll recall that we filed a friend of the court brief … Continue reading