Opinion

Purchasing Submission

Purchasing Submission

Our government rules us in many ways. Theoretically, by law. As a practical matter, by administrative edicts. But that's not all. It also controls us by purchasing our submission. The problem crosses party boundaries. All recent administrations have governed by...

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Good-bye, Morrison v. Olson

Good-bye, Morrison v. Olson

United States v. Arthrex, this summer’s much-anticipated Supreme Court decision which concluded that the Patent and Trademark Appeal Board (PTAB) is unconstitutionally structured, is unlikely to have a major impact on PTAB operations. The Court “fixed” the...

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The First Amendment Doesn’t Protect Big Tech’s Censorship

Court Packing Is a Dangerous Game

The intimidation game has begun. President Biden announced last Friday the formation of a commission on reforming the Supreme Court, and Democrats in the House and Senate responded on Wednesday by announcing that a bill to add four justices to the high court is...

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