Government doesn’t work. It doesn’t deliver the mail on time. It doesn’t educate our children properly. It doesn’t keep the city safe.
In 1987, the U.S. Supreme Court issued three opinions substantially elevating the Constitutional protection of property rights.
In the United States, where we pride ourselves on our understanding of how the free market works, we don’t really appreciate what private property means.
The cultural conflict of the modern era finds vivid and enduring focus in the legal dispute about the place of religion in the civic order.
History has taught us that freedom cannot long survive unless it is based on moral foundations. The American founding bears ample witness to this fact.
The laws favor false crises instead of real environmental problems and even create greater problems than they were made to eliminate.
Financial costs are not the only burden. Regulations also result in a tremendous loss of one of our most valuable and limited resources—time.
Can we really sustain the city of man without the influence of the City of God? St. Augustine argued that it was impossible.
It took the entire history of our nation—over two centuries—for the debt to reach three trillion dollars
The mid-1980s brought a crisis in availability and affordability of liability insurance that was unprecedented in its impact on our society.