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Kyle Rittenhouse and the Evil of Generalized Justice

LawMedia and CulturePhilosophyProperty RightsPrivate Property

Blog11/16/2021

Will guilt or innocence in criminal trials increasingly hinge on broader desirable social justice outcomes?

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Vaccine Mandates: Who Will Comply, and Why?

Law

Blog09/21/2021

The philosophy of covid passports is that people are venal and can be easily bribed and made to conform. But is this true of the people who oppose vaccine mandates? 

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Covid Lockdowns Signal the Rise of Public Policy by Ransom

Law

Blog09/20/2021

In the age of covid, governments have decided to embrace a new kind of policy: they'll hold the population hostage until the public complies with what the state wants. 

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Debunking Biden's Claim We Must "Protect the Vaccinated from the Unvaccinated"

Law

Blog09/17/2021

It is claimed that vaccines are remarkably effective. But it is also claimed the unvaccinated are a grave threat to the vaccinated. How can both be true at the same time?

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Biden's Rescue Act Targets Americans' Freedoms

Law

Blog08/02/2021

Anything that encourages people to view politicians as saviors imperils freedom. Government controls follow a short step behind subsidies.

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Due Process on Campus Keeps Justice on the Streets

LawLegal System

Blog05/07/2021

The reality in colleges today becomes reality on the streets tomorrow. The privileged treatment of women under Title IX has had profound implications for campus sexual misconduct hearings that threaten due process for all.

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The Problem with "Just Do What the Cops Say and You Won't Get Hurt"

Law

Blog04/17/2021

Apologists for police abuse often claim that if a citizen complies with police orders and does what he's told, then he won't get hurt. The evidence says otherwise. 

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One Year Later: The Police Still Won't Come Clean on Duncan Lemp's Death

Law

Blog03/12/2021

Local politicians have pretended the Lemp killing never happened and the media let them get away with it—the same way that most of the New York media covered Governor Andrew Cuomo’s nursing home catastrophe last year.

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Even without "Qualified Immunity," It Won't Be Easy to Prove When Police Are Abusive

LawU.S. History

Blog03/01/2021

When police ineptly scanned a car's license plate and wrongly decided the car was stolen, they proceeded to force a group of children to the ground at gunpoint. Will this qualify as a rights violation if "qualified immunity" is absent? The courts will decide. 

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Why Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuits Are Garbage

Bureaucracy and RegulationLaw

Blog02/24/2021

Dominion Voting Systems is a private company in name only. It is a de facto government agency which gets its revenue through taxpayer exploitation. As such, it should be considered ineligible to sue anyone for defamation. 

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