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10 Questions for Brett Kavanaugh

The Senate must pose probing questions to Kavanaugh — and to require him to provide meaningful answers, not artful dodges.

By David Cole
July 19, 2018

A Pro-Liberty Case for Gun Restrictions

Gun rights advocates need to contend with the unintended consequences of expansive gun rights: a more intrusive government.

By Jay Stanley
July 17, 2018

Black Lives Matter Is Still Here — And Avoiding the Mistakes of Their Predecessors

BLM’s decentralized movement goes far beyond the impact of a few major leaders — and that is the way the founders planned it.

By Jeffery Robinson
July 16, 2018

The Supreme Court’s Disingenuous Funeral Ceremony for Korematsu

Instead of truly putting Korematsu to rest, the Muslim ban decision revived that shameful decision under another name.

By Carl Takei
July 13, 2018

Dear Brett Kavanaugh, Justices Do Make Law

The Supreme Court nominee says judges ‘must interpret the law, not make’ it. He’s wrong. Here’s why.

By Arthur Eisenberg
July 13, 2018

The Supreme Court Doesn't Have to Overturn Roe to Decimate Abortion Rights

A new Supreme Court could effectively decimate women’s access to abortion, even without overturning Roe outright.

By Talcott Camp
July 10, 2018

Complying While Black (Taser Edition)

Some police are prone to using force at a moment’s notice, even when their orders are being followed.

By Reggie Shuford
July 5, 2018

The Supreme Court’s Term Just Ended. Here’s How Civil Liberties and Rights Fared.

The Supreme Court's 2017 term saw a decisive conservative shift on the bench in large part to Justice Kennedy's swing vote.

By David Cole
June 28, 2018

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