The State of the Roberts Court.
Can America chart a sensible course on immigration policy in the Trump era?
Trump and Sessions should announce support for the program—precisely as it is.
Obama’s totem has crumbled, and a public option will only make things worse.
Future justice requires that the inhabitants of the future be treated justly and equitably...
Benjamin Wittes speaking at the Strauss Center for International Security and Law at the University of Texas on Gabriella Blum and my new book, The Future of Violence: Robots and Germs, Hackers and Drones—Confronting A New Age of Threat.
This is interesting for folks interested in The Future of Violence—a new report on "Hostile Drones: The Hostile Use of Drones By Non-State Actors Against British Targets."
In the new online volume, Future Challenges in National Security and Law, members of the Hoover Institution’s Koret-Taube Task Force on National Security and Law and guest contributors offer incisive commentary on the controversies that have erupted over national security law in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, laying the foundations for understanding such future issues...
Hoover Institution fellow Lanhee Chen talks about health care reform, immigration, and the future of conservatism.
In the most anticipated decision of its 2002 term, the Supreme Court ruled that the school voucher program in Cleveland, Ohio, did not violate the Constitution's ban on the "establishment" of religion. In this book, the authors examine the meaning of the Supreme Court decision and consider the new political and policy context it has created.
Lee Ohanian, Arnold Kling, and John Cochrane talk with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the future of freedom, democracy, and prosperity.
For colleges across the country, including Stanford, the future of Title IX is uncertain as the Trump administration seeks to radically alter many of the guidelines that governed college campus sexual assault cases under former President Barack Obama.
Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s retirement from the Supreme Court after more than 30 years of service is the most consequential event in American jurisprudence at least since Bush v. Gore in 2000 and probably since Roe v. Wade in 1973. For three decades, he has been a guiding force on the court’s most consequential decisions, conservative and liberal. His departure leaves the future of U.S. constitutional law entirely up for grabs.
The Justice Department’s attempt to break up Microsoft is not only misguided on economic grounds—it could actually put our national security at risk. By Hoover fellow Bruce Berkowitz.
Immigration Reform: Preserving Citizen Rights for Present and Future Americans Under Immigration Reform
In pursuit of good public policy, immigration reform needs to be based on fairness, enforcement of existing laws, increased legal immigration limits, an appropriate guest worker program, and clear paths to citizenship.
Recent polls show that President Obama continues to receive high style points, but that his policies are being less well received...
Recent landmark court decisions are reminders that elections are not just about putting candidates in office for a few years...
Some four decades ago, Enoch Powell, a British Conservative parliamentarian, delivered a controversial speech about immigration from Commonwealth countries...