Dianne Post discusses Canada's recent ruling on prostitution.
Maggie McNeill sums up her view of this month's debate over sex work at Cato Unbound.
Many charge that the U.S. federal judicial nomination process is broken. Experts debate whether this is so and what to do about it.
John R. Lott, Jr. argues that the federal judicial nomination process is broken, and that the best nominees are driven away due to partisanship.
Michael Teter blames the rules and traditions of the senate, not big government, for our judicial confirmation mess.
Clint Bolick agrees that judges are all too powerful these days. Until we can rein them in, he recommends that we make them a force for liberty.
John O. McGinnis recommends lowering the stakes of the judicial nominations process with a return to originalist jurisprudence.