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by | Sep 12, 2022

The combination of class action lawsuits and contingency fee payment arrangements has reached its apotheosis in today’s mass tort system. Not only is this flawed system harming American business to the tune of well over $300 billion annually, but it…

by | Jul 10, 2022

Laws on abortion are changing day by day and often hour by hour across the 50 states following the reversal of Roe v. Wade on June 24. Below is a breakdown of the status of abortion laws in each state.  …

by | Jun 24, 2022

State abortion laws are coming back into effect. In eight states, abortion bans which had been nullified by Roe have been restored by the 6-3 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Of these eight state bans, six of them…

by | Jun 17, 2022

Recent slaughters in the New York City Transit System, in a grocery store in Buffalo, and in an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, each staggered one on the other with little pause, kindle the nagging sense that the foundations that…

by | Feb 19, 2022

Vegas isn’t taking action on Joe Biden’s nominee to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, but oddsmakers in the press evidently favor D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Obliging Democrat identity politics obsessions, Joe Biden is considering only…

by | Jan 31, 2022

Democrats in general, and the Biden administration in particular, would have you and other potential voters believe that they are friends of the little guy and opponents of Big Business. Thus, for example, a banner headline on the front page…

by | Jan 30, 2022

Most people mean well, fear losing the jobs and income by which they support their families, and are terrified they will lose friends and social standing. This is true equally of “Good Germans,” nice Jews, and average Americans desperately trying…

by | Jan 27, 2022

Conservatives like it when liberal Democrat Supreme Court justices are in their 80s, 90s, or hundreds. That increases the chances such justices will be retiring soon — whether of personal volition or upon being summoned by Heaven to give an…

by | Dec 17, 2021

In a thought-provoking article in the National Interest, the Cato Institute’s Justin Logan contends that U.S. foreign policy is run by too many lawyers (full disclosure — I am a lawyer), and suggests that we’d have a better foreign policy if…

by | Dec 13, 2021

Democrats inevitably demand more gun restrictions whenever a school shooting takes place, and the tragic events at Michigan’s Oxford High School on November 30 are no exception.   “We need better gun laws,” said Karen McDonald, the Democratic prosecutor for Oakland County, Michigan,…

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