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The Cato Daily Podcast allows Cato Institute scholars and other commenters to discuss relevant news and libertarian thought in a conversational, informal manner. Hosted by Caleb O. Brown.
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    Is the Supreme Court Beginning to Curtail Qualified Immunity?

    Is the Supreme Court Beginning to Curtail Qualified Immunity?

    The Supreme Court created and has long supported a tortured reading federal law that helps public officials escape accountability for violating your rights. That may be changing in a small way. Still, Clark Neily and Jay Schweikert argue that qualified immunity will continue to protect malicious public officials until lawmakers step in to fix it.
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    Were Trump's Judicial Appointments Worth It?

    Were Trump's Judicial Appointments Worth It?

    Some in the conservative legal movement view Trump's (and Mitch McConnell's) success at confirming judges as simply not worth the rest of the Trump presidency. Billy Easley, a senior policy advisor at Americans for Prosperity, is one of them. His new Libertarianism.org essay is entitled, “The Myth of Trump’s Judicial Success."

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    The Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Make Sense of Statistics

    The Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Make Sense of Statistics

    Statistics are typically meant to influence, and influence can be achieved with bad statistics. Tim Harford tries to help you discern truth from fiction in The Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Make Sense of Statistics.

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    Criminal Justice and "The Vanishing Trial"

    Criminal Justice and "The Vanishing Trial"

    Why do so few defendants get their day in court? Kevin Ring of FAMM discusses The Vanishing Trial. You may also host a screening of the film.

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    The COVID-19 State Budget Shortfall That Wasn’t

    The COVID-19 State Budget Shortfall That Wasn’t

    State budgets didn't suffer the fate that was so widely predicted as COVID-19 began spreading throughout the U.S. Why? Logan Kolas of the Buckeye Institute and Chris Edwards comment.
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    The COVID-19 State Budget Shortfall That Wasn’t

    The COVID-19 State Budget Shortfall That Wasn’t

    State budgets didn't suffer the fate that was so widely predicted as COVID-19 began spreading throughout the U.S. Why? Logan Kolas of the Buckeye Institute and Chris Edwards comment.
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