Arizona seizes innocent people's property and then threatens them with crippling fees if they try to challenge it.
The show is a vibrant look at the early PC industry, but it's also about entrepreneurship and innovation.
Can the government take your stuff before you're convicted to prevent you from mounting a defense?
Does a successful robbery make it okay?
Crisis leads to more government, which leads to more crisis. What was always bankrupt morally finally goes bankrupt economically.
The government wastes more money each second than it would cost to compensate this asset forfeiture victim, but they're fighting it tooth and nail.
Boston's mayor again uses regulation to retaliate against political speech.
Liberty and equality are not just moral rights: they are crucial to human flourishing.
Progressives have made their bed, but they can't afford to lie in it.
Cities and landlords can now be sued no matter what they do (or even try to do).
The raisin decision was good news, but it didn’t go far enough by actually limiting what government can take from citizens.
The worship of nature (as a cloak for hatred of capitalism) once again becomes a part of the religion.
The government can’t seize farmer’s crops without paying just compensation.
Police at one regional airport took $530,000 from travelers who were never charged with a crime.
Arthur Firstenberg’s real-life lawsuit against his neighbor’s “radiation” tests the limits of libertarian legal doctrine.
The trade agreement is a trojan horse for exporting US special interests' agenda abroad.
The strange, sad story of how a momentous legal case arose from unlikely origins and shocked the nation.
Restrictions on immigration are big government at its worst: over-militarization, over-criminalization, over-regulation, anti-market, and anti-liberty.
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