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The case heard Tuesday on the extreme government measure is one of the most advanced of the cases in litigation, and may well be the landmark case that reaffirms or overrules Jacobson.
Legislation has been passed in Texas to help secure America’s southern border and fill the gap due to the federal government’s lack of law enforcement.
Democrats want working-class families in red states like Florida and Texas to subsidize residents making $200,000, $400,000, or more in places like New York and New Jersey.
Good government is hard. It’s often boring and unrewarding. Some of the most important policies we can enact won’t make for a good cable news hit — but we need them.
Daniel James Brown’s new book, ‘Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II,’ details how Japanese Americans responded to being forced into internment camps with patriotism and valor.
Since news broke that Gen. Mark Milley might have committed treason, the chorus of GOP leaders calling for an investigation or termination is growing.
The Biden administration is flouting the law to push through a massive financial favor to the powerful and lucrative abortion industry that backed Joe Biden’s presidential candidacy with tens of millions of dollars.
Here are some ideas of what Republicans could do if they actually wanted to motivate voters to show up for them at the polls ever again after Lucy-with-the-footballing us for decades.
The ‘tax the rich’ dress wasn’t merely a display of hypocrisy. It was Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reinforcing the new hierarchy.
Open scientific discourse is especially critical during a public health crisis such as a pandemic. It is deeply troubling when scientists try to limit rather than engage in scientific debate.
Reason Senior Editor Robby Soave joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his new book ‘Tech Panic: Why We Shouldn’t Fear Facebook and the Future.’
At Sunday’s Emmys, the only masks in sight seemed to be fixed on non-famous faces, again projecting a ludicrous class dynamic that lets powerful people opt out of standards they seek to enforce on everyone else.
The San Francisco mayor and a school board member in Palm Beach were just exposed flouting their own COVID restrictions, attending gatherings without masks.
To get a true sense of how grossly incompetent the COVID ‘experts’ we’ve entrusted with our lives really are, look no further than Gottlieb’s book tour.
We can hope the FBI succeeds in bringing justice to families like Petito’s, instead of looking more like a political appendage to sic on partisan threats.