The 14th Amendment to the Constitution turned the federal government into a guarantor of personal liberties for the first time, turning the vision of 1787 completely on its head. Why do we know so little by comparison of the Congress that passed it?
It’s not as simple as bringing back parole; juries and prosecutors should know that their penalties will fit the crimes.
Looks like Virginia’s economy is going the way of Greentech.
Whatever the Supreme Court did, it didn’t stop Republicans from proposing pro-market reforms for health insurance and health care. Only the Republicans themselves are doing that.
Isn’t revisionist history great? It allows us to constantly re-jigger the balance sheet on historical figures, events and patterns with the benefit of 20-20 hindsight. It reveals seismic shifts in the way people think. It turns everyone into a Monday morning quarterback…long after the season is over. Revisionist history most often takes hold many years, […]
In the desire to make markets moral, policy makers should respond to the new economy with solutions built to the task.