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My suggestion was that “directional” libertarians and classical liberals ally rather than question one another’s authenticity. In response to: Can Libertarianism Be a Governing Philosophy? More Responses No, But Classical Liberalism Can by Nathan W. Schlueter If libertarians are not prepared to accept the consequences of absolute non-aggression, they should...

On the rare occasion when the public meaning diverges from the legal meaning, the public meaning probably ought to prevail. In response to: The Legal Turn More Responses Original Methods Originalism Is Already the Norm by Ilya Shapiro Unless one thinks that the Constitution doesn’t matter or shouldn’t be enforced,...

On Friday the justices will meet for their April 13 conference; our “petitions to watch” for that conference will be available soon. The calendar for the April sitting, which will begin on April 16, is available on the Supreme Court’s website. The post This week at the...

Most states compensate people who were wrongfully imprisoned in amounts that can reach millions of dollars. Exonerees can also win settlements from police agencies, and both kinds of awards can attract predators, reports The Marshall Project in the New York Times. North Carolina paid $750,000...