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Partisan Gerrymandering: Another Supreme Court Showdown?

WALTER OLSON, CATO INSTITUTE It would have been natural to assume that partisan gerrymandering would not return as an issue to the Supreme Court until...

The Warren Plan and the History of Corporate Chartering

WALTER OLSON, CATO INSTITUTE Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposal for drastic changes to corporate governance, which I wrote about in this space last week, continues to draw thoughtful...

The Age of Discretion, As the Post Sees It

WALTER OLSON, CATO INSTITUTE The Washington Post editorialized last month in favor of dropping the voting age to 16. I dashed off a letter to the editor,...

Supreme Court Hard to Predict in Important Securities Case

ILYA SHAPIRO, CATO INSTITUTE Investment adviser Ray Lucia conducted some seminars that ran afoul of the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC fined him $300,000...

Time to Bury the Williamson County Rule

ILYA SHAPIRO, TREVOR BURRUS, and MEGGAN DEWITT, CATO INSTITUTE Claims for unconstitutional takings of property against state actors should not be treated differently than other...

Censorship Comes to Google

JOHN SAMPLES, CATO INSTITUTE At Saturday’s Halifax International Security Forum, Eric Schmidt announced that Google will alter its search algorithm to “de-rank” results from Russia...

82% Say It’s Hard to Ban Hate Speech Because People Can’t Agree What Speech...

EMILY EKINS, CATO INSTITUTE An overwhelming majority (82%) of Americans agree that “it would be hard to ban hate speech because people can’t agree what...