Richard Epstein looks at a wave of progressive reforms being embraced by Democratic presidential candidates and big city district attorneys, including decriminalizing quality-of-life crimes, eliminating cash bail, and sending fewer people to prison. He also considers whether America has a “mass incarceration” problem and whether there is evidence of racial bias in the criminal justice system.
Roger Stone, Bill Barr, and the DOJ Controversy
State of the Unions
School Choice and the Supreme Court
AB 5 and the End of Freelancers?
Iran, War Powers, and the Constitution
Best and Worst of the 2010s
The China Quandary
Against ‘Common Good Capitalism’
DACA in the Dock
Confronting Your Impeacher?
Moving Left on Energy
Failed (Administrative) State
The Many Plans of Elizabeth Warren
The Ongoing Impeachment Saga
Impeachment And Trump’s Ukrainian Transcript
The Beauty of Roman Law
The Electoral College and the Republican Sensibility
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