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To read mainstream economics reporting regularly is to encounter one blood pressure-raising falsehood after another. According to the Wall Street Journal’s Justin Lahart, the savings without which there would be no economic progress are economically harmful. Lahart’s colleague Greg Ip agrees about savings, oddly thinks that...

The punitive approach taken by community corrections agencies around the U.S. has made them major drivers of mass incarceration, a New York conference on justice reform was told this week. Releasing more individuals under supervisory conditions of probation or parole was meant to reduce America’s high...

It was 25 years ago that HarperCollins published what is today considered something of a conservative classic, Hollywood vs. America: Popular Culture and the War on Traditional Values. The irony is that the book was written by a liberal who avoided being drafted to serve...

Modern courtrooms are being outfitted with some of the latest display and sound technology available: theater-sized projection screens, fully high-definition video monitors, streaming video capability, multi-speaker stereo systems, and even surround-quality audio. Yet for every high-tech court, attorneys must face juries in rooms equipped with...

On Wednesday the justices heard oral argument in National Association of Manufacturers v. Department of Defense, which will determine the venue for challenges to Clean Water Act rules. [Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys contribute to this blog in various capacities, is among the...

The question that Julia Ward Howe posed in 1899—“Why should we fear to pass from the Old Testament of our own liberties, to the New Testament of liberty for all the world?”—could serve as an epigraph for Walter McDougall’s scholarship over the past 20 years. Howe...