Anything Peaceful Hillary Staffers Can't Afford New York's Government-Controlled Housing Market
It's not irony, because it's exactly what you'd expectDavid Boaz Jun 29, 2015
Progressives have made their bed, but they can't afford to lie in it.
Anything Peaceful SCOTUS Says You Can Be Sued for Unintentional Discrimination
Stop calling it fair housing lawWalter Olson Jun 26, 2015
Cities and landlords can now be sued no matter what they do (or even try to do).
Anything Peaceful What Can the Government Steal? Anything It Pays For.
Kelo haunts the Court's property rights decisionsDaniel Bier Jun 23, 2015
The raisin decision was good news, but it didn't go far enough by actually limiting what government can take from citizens.
Anything Peaceful Ten Years After Kelo v. New London
The decision proved to be one of the worst in the history of the Court for property rightsMarc Scribner Jun 23, 2015
The ruling gutted property rights and undermined the Constitution.
Anything Peaceful Supreme Court Rules 8-1: Government Has to Pay You If It Steals Your Stuff
Down with the Raisin Administrative Committee!Daniel Bier Jun 22, 2015
The government can't seize farmer's crops without paying just compensation.
Anything Peaceful Airport Pirates Loot a College Student’s Life Savings
Asset forfeiture costs an innocent man $11,000Trevor Burrus Jun 18, 2015
Police at one regional airport took $530,000 from travelers who were never charged with a crime.
Anything Peaceful How Policing Works in a Privatized City
Atlantic Station is a city within a cityJeffrey A. Tucker Jun 10, 2015
The right to walk away when a cop tells you to stop smoking makes all the difference.
Anything Peaceful What Led to the Magna Carta? War and Taxes
Rapacious royalty in the run-up to RunnymedeLawrence W. Reed Jun 8, 2015
People weary of war and taxes paved the way to the signing of the Magna Carta. The world would never be the same.
Anything Peaceful What Makes Us Safer: The Apple Watch or More Cops?
Where there's demand, the market will supplyJeffrey A. Tucker Jun 2, 2015
On the margins, social, mobile, and digital technologies are doing more than cops, courts, and jails could ever do to make the world safer.
Anything Peaceful Kelo: Politicians Stole Her Home for Private Use and Started a Legal War
How an obscure takings case got to the Supreme Court and horrified the countryIlya Somin Jun 2, 2015
The strange, sad story of how a momentous legal case arose from unlikely origins and shocked the nation.