Hoover fellows Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss major legal and policy issues and debate points of disagreement between their libertarian and conservative perspectives.
To Forgive and Forget?
The Biden Administration is poised to forgive a lot of loans but forget a few legal constraints. Richard Epstein and Adam White parse the legal issues, including the issue of whether federal courts would (or should) have jurisdiction to hear a case at all.
Reasonable Searches and Seizures?
The latest controversies surrounding the former president and the current justice department.
Hearing the Worst of It
Have the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings outlived their usefulness?
The Supreme Court’s Historic Year Keeps Getting More Interesting
The Supreme Court’s recent decisions in the OSHA and HHS vaccine mandate cases and the Roberts Court and the administrative state.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding the Texas abortion statute becomes a debate about “standing” and other jurisdictional doctrines.
From Mandates to Prohibitions, and Everything in Between
Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss the lawsuit challenging OSHA’s vaccine mandate, and the Fifth Circuit’s initial order against the administration.