Analysis | While the Senate reads the coronavirus relief bill, nearly 1,400 Americans may die from the virus
What's another 17 hours?
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Senate votes to begin debating stimulus bill, but Ron Johnson forces chamber to first read the entire bill aloud.
Yogananda D. Pittman, the acting chief of the Capitol Police, sent a letter to congressional leaders requesting authorization to ask the Pentagon to maintain troop presence around the complex beyond …
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Republican governor's coronavirus grant fund gave $600,000 to her family's ranch
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) is coming under fire after it was discovered that the businesses of her family members were given $600,000 in COVID-19 funds from a state grant program pushed by her…
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Consumers Saved $2.9 Trillion During the Pandemic. Their Money Will Drive the Global Recovery
Consumers in the world’s largest economies amassed $2.9 trillion in extra savings during Covid-related lockdowns, a vast cash hoard that creates the potential for a powerful recovery from the pandemi…
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Biden administration curtails drone strikes amid major policy review
The White House is limiting drone strikes outside of active war zones as it reviews the cost to innocent life.
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What Are Negative and Positive Liberty? And Why Does It Matter?
You can think of negative liberty as being about the absence of external limits, and positive liberty as the absence of internal limits.
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The Myth of Trump's Judicial Success
During his administration, President Trump appointed many conservative judges–but on balance, he set back conservative legal values more than he advanced them.
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The Statrix: How Government Warps Our Perception of the World
Trevor Burrus shares his theory of how government reorganizes the world around its own policies and programs.
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Just Mercy
Clark Neily and Ben Jones join us to discuss the the biographical legal drama, Just Mercy.
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Cesare Beccaria Was a Trail Blazer on Capital Punishment
Beccaria was deeply opposed to the death penalty, a rarity for his time when most believed capital punishment was an acceptable response to many crimes.
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Austrian Economics: An Introduction
This book explains the Austrian School’s insights on a wide range of economic topics and introduces some of its key thinkers.
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Pat Toomey and Brown University Economist Refute Anti-Capitalist Narrative at Senate Hearing on ‘Racial Wealth Gap’
The Brown University economist refuted calls for big government intervention, saying 'Unless we address the capacity of all of our people to create wealth, to develop their productive capacities and …
How Pro-Life and Pro-Marriage Policies Could Mess With Party Alignments
To support the traditional family, endorse immigration. To defend life, support child allowances.
Nondiscrimination Law and the Equality Act
Listen now (77 min) | Is the Equality Act necessary to codify Bostock v. Clayton County? How might the Equality Act affect religious liberty, if at all? How do we definitively differentiate between m…

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