Today at The Federalist, I wrote about why–despite the legitimate concerns–a national identification card is a good idea.
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about the religious liberty case handed down by the Supreme Court yesterday.
Today at The Federalist, I write about why the census should demand less information of Americans, not more.
I wrote about Kaepernick, cops, and the First Amendment yesterday for The Federalist.
I wrote about how great air conditioning is yesterday for The Federalist.
In The Federalist today, I wrote about how separation of powers preserves liberty and that its absence allows executive abuses like civil forfeiture.
I wrote this article for The Federalist about how the Libertarian Party can win over voters who are disappointed in the choice between Clinton and Trump.
I wrote last week about Gary Johnson and religious liberty in this article for The Federalist.
I wrote about jury nullification today at The Federalist.
I wrote about censorship and elections at The Federalist.