A few observations on Whole Woman’s Health, et al., Applicants v. Austin Reeve Jackson, Judge, et al.
Regardless of one’s views on abortion, the enforcement provision in the new Texas law should be concerning.
Fear of Chinese spies led to a bizarre and illegal operation within the Commerce Department.
Another narrowly-crafted but overwhelming opinion from the Supreme Court.
Even the smartest designers can’t anticipate all the flaws with the rules they write.
It’s harder than a looks, especially given the limited size of the problem.
The 6th Circuit is allowing a professor fired for misgendering a transwoman to sue his state university.
America’s institutions are undemocratic but only some of them are a product of the Constitution.
The man still can’t get out of his own way.
The problem is theoretical at best and cannot stop the Senate from acting.
The legal debates are unsettled but we can all agree that Rand Paul is a moron.
Amending the Constitutional through unconstitutional means is a very bad idea.
President-Elect Biden is planning a big first few days, Congress be damned.
The President of the United States is a national security threat. Can we get rid of him now?
A case involving Pennsylvania may not be resolved for quite some time. Thankfully, it’s immaterial to the election outcome.
After weeks of evasion, the frontrunner hints at a compromise policy.
A fundamental building block of our system makes it nearly impossible to fix.
The American political system is broken but it’s not fair to blame that on its architects.
The convergence of design flaws in the constitution and a flawed leader have brought us to brink of an electoral crisis.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.