We All Have the Right to Be ForgottenEurope is ahead of the United States in repairing the damage to privacy the Internet—and especially Google—has wrought.
The Puzzle of Paying AmyCongress has to fix the problem with restitution for child pornography victims that stumped the Supreme Court.
Why Are China and Japan Inching Toward War Over Five Tiny Islands?Japan has the law on its side, but China doesn’t care.
The Paranoid Libertarian and His Enemy, the Angry LiberalTwo characters the government can’t afford to ignore, however irrational they are.
Centrists Should Mourn the Demise of the FilibusterOnly the extremists win—and in the end, mostly the Republicans.
Keep Spying on Foreigners, NSAThey have no right to privacy from U.S. surveillance—and they shouldn’t.
Never AgainIt's time to amend the Constitution to give the president the power to raise the debt ceiling.
Assad and the Death of the International Criminal CourtThe failure to prosecute him will be the end for the ICC’s brand of global justice.
Obama Is Only Making His War Powers MightierThe credit the president is getting for asking Congress to authorize bombing Syria? He deserves none of it.
China Can Sink All the Boats in the South China SeaInternational law won’t stop big countries from bullying littler ones.
The U.S. Constitution Is Impossible to AmendBlame the founders—other countries routinely update their constitutions, but ours may as well be written in stone.
In Defense of GMNo one is asking the right question: Was the company’s risk assessment about the faulty ignition switch reasonable?
Let Crimea GoNext week’s referendum on joining Russia is underhanded, dishonest, absurd—and completely legitimate.
Forget the FramersThe Supreme Court should not rely on James Madison in deciding how much power the president has to make recess appointments.
Stop Fussing Over PersonhoodLaws treat corporations (and chimpanzees) as persons because it’s a useful—and often essential—legal fiction.
Is the Constitution Written Like the Da Vinci Code?That’s the ridiculous argument libertarians are making in the chemical weapons case before the Supreme Court.
The Virtues of Government SecrecyThe false choice between “secrecy” and “transparency” in the Manning and Snowden debate.