Sensible libertarians acknowledge that a free market is not enough to end all racial discrimination — and that a certain amount of it is the price we pay for living in a free society. This is a fine argument to make as an abstract principle — but it isn’t a path to political victory.
Professor Henry Gates admits the impossible complexity and moral fog of the once-championed progressive idea.
Want your country back? Learn from our mistakes and be proactive.
Treating eye cancer with an invisible beam of protons: Star Trek or U.S. health care?
The latest scientific conclusions — which are causal, not merely correlative — show that pot use significantly increases the likelihood of mental illness.
The great desperate fear about the Citizens United decision among liberals? That finally, there might be some balance.
What has social conservatives so concerned about the upcoming McDonald v. Chicago decision?
How the Supreme Court has a chance to restore sanity.
This easy and insightful read is nothing like it has been portrayed by the mainstream media.
The Constitution: protecting the people in times of government by morons.
No, really. The CDC thinks Americans don't talk about sex enough.
People who expect something for nothing will fall for even the most wild-eyed promises and conspiracy theories.
If this wasn’t such a dreadfully serious matter, it would almost be funny watching Democrats insist that there’s no elephant in the bathtub.
There's nothing intrinsically masculine about guns — just look at Fort Hood's Sgt. Kimberly Munley.
Avoiding examination of your actions when they directly oppose your morals is a human behavior, not a phenomenon of the religious.
Gun owners should think hard about whether it serves our best interests to offend and disturb our neighbors.
When a precedent relevant to one question is applied to a largely unrelated one, a travesty of justice can result.
A slogan with so many layers of arrogance that it deserves a careful dissection.
A case before the Court will decide how far the states can go when it comes to gun control.
Yet another flawed study attempts to make the case for keeping citizens defenseless.
The Supreme Court has redefined the Establishment Clause far beyond the original public meaning.
And when the movies aren't appropriate for kids, it's not like you can get up and leave.
Laws removing the obligation to retreat when attacked are necessary to put some fear into would-be attackers.
Born in the 1930s, the "living Constitution" model has allowed justices to bypass the people and the legislative process.