Drafted eight-hundred years ago, the Magna Carta was a major step toward the conception and implementation of properly limited government.
Individual Rights & Law
Marco Rubio’s campaign announcement indicates that he would half-heartedly reign in some taxes and regulations, while energetically advancing his faith-based agenda.
The deeper problem with Paltrow’s cause is that it presumes that taking wealth from some people by force and handing it to others is moral…. More »
Senator Rand Paul’s presidential campaign announcement was mixed and fishy, and his foreign policy claims lack credibility.
Religious freedom laws (such as Indiana recently passed) legally discriminate against non-religious people, and are contrary to the principle that the government ought to protect… More »
Senator Ted Cruz—who may prove to be the best (or least-bad) candidate America will see in the 2016 presidential race—just launched his campaign for the… More »
City government ought not turn the police into rights violators or extortionists with its ill-conceived policies; instead, it should direct police officers to protect people’s… More »
The solution to the problem of police brutality is not to presume white officers guilty and the black men they confront blameless, nor to focus… More »
Eric Brown’s death highlights an important truth that everyone who cares about individual rights and liberty must come to see: Government ultimately enforces laws by… More »
Brittany Maynard’s decision to take her own life to end her suffering, rather than wait for her aggressive brain tumor to kill her, has prompted… More »