Opinion | A Defeat for Antitrust Adventurism

Terrific news. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, in a 3-0 ruling, smacked down government lawyers who sought

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Opinion | Bill Barr’s Greatest Legal Defeat

Over the course of his sterling legal career, Attorney General William Barr hasn’t lost very often in court. But looking

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Opinion | Blackballing Chinese Stocks

The Trump Administration is hardening its line against Beijing on many fronts, including a ban on some Chinese tech platforms.

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Opinion | Mike O’Rielly’s Free Speech Fall

Michael O’Rielly has done yeoman work as a member of the Federal Communications Commission, but this week the White House

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Opinion | Freedom Beats Aid for Religious Schools

The last week of the recent Supreme Court term brought two important decisions for supporters of religious liberty in education.

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Opinion | A Vaccine Progress Report

Life probably won’t return to normal until we have a widely distributed Covid-19 vaccine, and the good news is this

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Opinion | Blue States Deserve Money From Washington

The public hears a lot about the spread of Covid-19, massive unemployment, and risks of reopening the economy—but not nearly

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Opinion | Why Putin Loves America’s Greens

Democratic politicians have talked tough on Russia since Donald Trump won the Presidency. But when it comes to challenging Moscow,

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Opinion | Banks’ Energy Boycott Is an Antitrust Problem

America’s largest financial institutions are picking winners and losers in the energy sector for political reasons—even while the Covid-19 crisis

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Opinion | Native American Sovereignty Is No Liberal Triumph

The Supreme Court has handed a big win to the sovereignty of Native American tribes. The Court’s ruling in McGirt

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