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Can Border Patrol Search Your Phone Without a Warrant? [POLICYbrief]

Can Border Patrol Search Your Phone Without a Warrant? [POLICYbrief]

At ports of entry and the extended borders, Customs and Border Protection enjoys a broad authority to search, uh, property that belongs to US citizens and other travelers. As things stand, CBP does not need a warrant to search the… Continue Reading

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The Government Isn’t Supposed to Fix Your Life

The Government Isn’t Supposed to Fix Your Life

Well I’m not here to tell you who to vote for. But I am here to tell you who not to vote for. Don’t vote for anyone who says, “I’ll fight for you.” Because that person is full of crap… Continue Reading

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Jeremy Corbyn confronts Boris Johnson over deportation and Windrush

Jeremy Corbyn confronts Boris Johnson over deportation and Windrush

It is entirely right that foreign national offenders should be deported from this country in accordance with the law. – Jeremy Corbyn. The government has learnt absolutely nothing from the Windrush scandal. This cruel and callous government is trying to… Continue Reading

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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over climate change

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over climate change

We should have clear actions an agreed plan and a road map for the year of action but we do not. So why is the prime minister failing so spectacularly to measure up to the scale of the climate crisis… Continue Reading

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Betting on Loot Boxes: Is Regulation a Winning Issue? [POLICYbrief]

Betting on Loot Boxes: Is Regulation a Winning Issue? [POLICYbrief]

Super Colonial Revolution. Loot boxes are items you encounter in a video game that you don’t know exactly what you’re going to get. And there are two basic types. Number one are the cosmetic-only type of loot box where you… Continue Reading

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Dear Colleague: Guidance Documents & Executive Agencies [POLICYbrief]

Dear Colleague: Guidance Documents & Executive Agencies [POLICYbrief]

In 2014, the Department of Education and the Department of Justice jointly issued a Dear Colleague letter on school discipline policies. A Dear Colleague letter is a form of guidance document. They put out a guidance document that proposed to… Continue Reading

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Steven Calabresi: Administrative Agencies and the Federal Judiciary

Steven Calabresi: Administrative Agencies and the Federal Judiciary

Currently, administrative law judges are executive branch civil service bureaucrats who are hired by the administrative agencies themselves and who initially hear lawsuits that are brought challenging an agency regulation. And their decisions can be appealed to the agency and… Continue Reading

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The Trudeau government is already regulating the media

The Trudeau government is already regulating the media

Canadians from all walks of life were rightly outraged to learn that the Canadian government was considering potentially getting media organizations even online news outlets groups like True North to get a license from the government if they wanted to… Continue Reading

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Todd Gaziano: What Can Congress Do to Reassert Its Power Over Agencies?

Todd Gaziano: What Can Congress Do to Reassert Its Power Over Agencies?

Congress likes to have it both ways. They like to say they passed some nice-sounding law to clean our water or clean our air, and then they delegate all the hard work to the agencies to do so. And then,… Continue Reading