Blog

Join the new civil liberties movement. Protect Americans from the Administrative State!

NLRB Attempts to Censor Speech—Again

NLRB Attempts to Censor Speech—Again

Elon Musk is well-acquainted with the Administrative State’s obsession with his tweets. The Tesla CEO, already the subject of various Securities and Exchange Commission proceedings based on prior tweets, has drawn the interest of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for questioning the benefits of union membership on Twitter.

read more
The Problem with “Percolation”

The Problem with “Percolation”

  In Federalist Number 78 Alexander Hamilton wrote about the importance of not only an independent judiciary, but one that had the courage to protect liberty. Judges, he said, have a “duty” “to declare all acts contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution...

read more
Biden Title IX Order

Biden Title IX Order

  On International Women's Day, President Joe Biden issued an executive order “direct[ing] the Department of Education (ED) to review all of its existing regulations, orders, guidance, and policies” for the ostensible purpose of “guarantee[ing] an educational...

read more
Cancel Culture on Trial

Cancel Culture on Trial

  An important case will be heard this term at the Supreme Court out of the Ninth Circuit—and the stakes could not be higher. Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra challenges a California Office of Attorney General’s lawless demand for non-profits’ donor...

read more
One Mother’s Fight to See the Law

One Mother’s Fight to See the Law

  When mother-to-be Lisa Milice was researching nursery products to buy for her first child, she ran into a paywall. The problem was that, although the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission adopts binding safety standards for infant and nursery products,...

read more
Judges Swallowing Their Whistle

Judges Swallowing Their Whistle

  There’s a frustrating phenomenon in sports where referees will “swallow their whistles” in a close game. At a pivotal moment, a referee will fail to call a foul to avoid the appearance that the refs determined the outcome of the game. The logical fallacy the...

read more
Packing the Court: A Bad Idea Then and Now

Packing the Court: A Bad Idea Then and Now

  The issue of packing the Supreme Court is generating a lot of attention these days—often of the comic sort, if you enjoy watching Democratic candidates from President-elect Biden to the current Georgia runoff candidates bob and weave while not answering the...

read more