We won’t be fully safe until the powers and all existing lockdown plans are completely taken away from public-health authorities.
Undereducated journalists have “fact checked” things they’re not qualified to understand, “misinformation” now seems to mean “words by anybody who disagrees with me.” With the Joe Rogan debacle, it all falls into place.
Assange was merely doing what the vast majority of the mainstream media has long since neglected: his job.
If support for reproductive rights is so strong, why won’t Democrats run on a promise to pass legislation to make abortion unambiguously legal?
This Thanksgiving, I give thanks for something our forebears gave us: property rights.
If this is what they do in a high-profile case, just imagine what goes on when they’ve got a poor defendant with a public defender who is juggling hundreds of cases.
The Jones Act, more commonly known as Section 27 of the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, restricts foreign-owned ships from loading cargo in one US port and unloading it in another.
The Founding Fathers’ moral achievement in securing patents and other intellectual property rights in U.S. law.
Biden relishes condemning tax-dodging billionaires but that $600 reporting requirement is a signal that IRS purgatory could soon be crowded with average Americans.
This Constitution Day, thank the Founders for stimulating ingenuity by applying “the fuel of interest to the fire of genius.” And while you’re at it, thank an inventor.
Both Founding Era sources and 19th-century court decisions, official statements, and commentaries confirm that intellectual property rights are property as a matter of basic legal doctrine and constitutional principle.
Some want the medical police to force everyone to get vaccinated.
YouTube bans any video that contradicts pronouncements of the World Health Organization.
In most every athletic category, men are much stronger. Testosterone blockers just can’t close the gap.
In Cedar Point Nursery v Hassid, the Supreme Court ruled that allowing labor unions to enter private property with a permission slip from the government violates the actual owner’s right to exclude.
Why are 58% of new gun owners Blacks, and 40% women?
Should Facebook have a policy of removing “misinformation” in the first place?
Climate Feedback’s “fact-check” wasn’t about actual facts.
Patents secure the fruits of productive labors of the innovators who create the new products and services that drive economic growth, create jobs, and ultimately contribute to a flourishing society.
Eminent domain is a violation of property rights that was wrongfully expanded by Kelo v. New London, but which could be reined in with a new case.
While Prince Harry, some Senators, and the American people may be confused about the First Amendment, the founders were not.
Corporations cannot censor, only governments can.
Oracle was forced to subsidize Google’s commercial development of its own proprietary version of Java and the success of its Android smartphone—what the intellectual property laws forbid.
Richard Ebeling on why armed self-defense is essential in a free society.