In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, the man who argued for the plaintiffs in the battle over handguns in the District of Columbia explains what's wrong with our nation's courts.
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Reflections on the Fourth Amendment in the age of the drones.
Monday's Supreme Court opinion on affirmative action will be remembered only for Justice Thomas’ sharp concurrence.
Peace may be harder to declare than war.
What's at issue in the Voting Rights Act case, Shelby County v. Holder.
The left attempts to dig up the moldering remains of John C. Calhoun and plant them on the Republicans.
Can states take DNA swabs from felony arrestees?
The question of nullification, though, is going to be difficult to avoid in the months ahead. Talking Points Memo puts at 20 the number of states mulling legislation to resist federal gun controls.