They went all-in on the Big Lie and we now have the receipts that they knew what they were doing.
A loudmouth III%er cried like a baby during his sentencing.
States emboldened by Dobbs are testing just how far the Supreme Court will let them go.
A slim majority upheld an injunction, kicking the can down the road.
Is harassing judges, mayors, Senators, and the like in their private lives just free speech?
Generalities about an elusive and controversial phenomenon are unhelpful.
A protest against vaccine mandates is growing with a little help from our adversaries.
People, details do in fact matter!
But from what? Comparing two stories from Tennessee that show our society’s contradictory impulses when it comes to “protecting the children.”
Is a contribution after an election different from one during an election?
A woman who declared “Civil War is coming” and “they have to kill me” has asked for and received leniency.
Another narrowly-crafted but overwhelming opinion from the Supreme Court.
Vague reporting makes it hard to know whether the latest scandal is scandalous.
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.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
The President has been Twitter on their own platform. Now, he’s following through.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has apologized for blocking constituents on Twitter as part of a legal settlement.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its site. It is a largely meaningless decision, but it’s still a bad idea.
Beto O’Rourke wants to use government policy to punish religious institutions that don’t recognize same-sex marriages.
A wedding venue in Mississippi is citing religious beliefs in support of its decision not to allow an interracial couple to utilize their facilities.
In a unanimous decision, a three-judge panel from the Second Circuit has reinstated Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times.
A Federal Judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by a Kentucky teenager alleging he had been defamed by the coverage of his confrontation with a Native American man in January.
California’s legislature has passed a law purporting to require candidates for President to release copies of their tax returns, but it’s likely to face legal challenges if it becomes law.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is being sued for blocking people on Twitter. She’s likely to lose the lawsuits.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a District Court ruling that President Trump cannot block Twitter users from accessing his account.
Virginia has finally repealed a dumb and unconstitutional restriction on how bars could advertise Happy Hours.
The attempt by Arizona’s Governor to revoke tax benefits granted to Nike in the wake of the “Betsy Ross Flag” controversy is most likely unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court has struck down a provision of the Lanham Act barring approval of “immoral” or “scandalous” trademarks as unconstitutional.
The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled against a Seattle-area florist who refused to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding.
The Supreme Court ruled that a World War One memorial that had been on public grounds for 70 years can stay where it is.