Richard Epstein discusses various states proposals for taxing wealth, the constitutionality of “exit taxes,” and the advantages of a consumption tax.

Richard Epstein discusses a new case at the Supreme Court that involves tricky questions of purposeful harm from unions when going on strike for a better contract.

Richard Epstein discusses the similarities and differences between Biden and Trump’s classified document troubles, then offers a discussion of his favorite attorneys general from the last fifty years.

Richard Epstein untangles the various legal challenges to Title 42 and its pandemic-motivated border control policy, and speculates as to why the Biden administration hasn’t ended it on its own.

Richard Epstein reviews the biggest stories of 2022—from Twitter and free speech, to Dobbs and Affirmative Action, ending with Donald Trump and a future indictment.

Richard Epstein responds to complaints that the Supreme Court is becoming too active in response to executive overreach.

Richard Epstein discusses a recent protest over a speaker at a Federalist Society event and provides guidelines for handling speech one finds offensive or threatening.

Richard Epstein reacts to former President Trump’s 2024 bid, the lackluster showing by Republicans in the midterm elections, and proposals to learn from Florida’s rapid election system.

Richard Epstein discusses the challenges to racial preferences at Harvard and the University of North Carolina that were heard at the Supreme Court earlier this week.

Richard Epstein discusses the upcoming midterm elections and the consequences of Elon Musk’s ownership of Twitter in the next presidential election.

After a year of interviews, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the Capitol unanimously voted to subpoena former president Trump. The question now is whether he will refuse to participate.

Richard Epstein previews several high-profile cases in the new Supreme Court term, covering issues from the independent state legislature theory to the immunities granted to social media companies under Section 230.

Richard Epstein discusses the controversial program of bussing migrants from border states to sanctuary cities. Is it illegal? How should the border be secured?

Richard Epstein discusses the FBI’s latest filing regarding the classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago and outlines the likely charges that will be brought against Trump.

Richard Epstein cuts through the legal arguments surrounding President Biden’s upcoming student loan forgiveness and judges its progressivity.

Richard Epstein navigates the legal challenges and financial woes facing the Obama Presidential Center as its problematic development continues.

Richard Epstein reacts to the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. What would justify a raid on a former president? When will its contents be made public? Is Trump on the road to indictment?

Richard Epstein elucidates the reasons why major businesses are urging the Supreme Court to allow affirmative action to stand in university admissions and clears up the controversial comments by Justice Thomas about revisiting cases involving same-sex marriage and access to contraceptives.

Richard Epstein pushes back against California’s new gun law, the recent allegations that the Supreme Court is illiterate, and the idea that Donald Trump should be indicted for his role in the January 6th attack.

Richard Epstein breaks down the recent Supreme Court decision Biden v. Texas and offers his proposals for stemming the flow of illegal border crossings.