Columns from National Review Online

(Additional commentary can be found occasionally on The Corner and NRO's Bench Memos)

A Revealing Term What difference will a “wise Latina” make? And other questions (9/14/09)

Judicial Bogeymen To paint Sotomayor as a moderate, the Left has imagined a right-wing Roberts Court (7/15/09)

Betting Blind on ACES The House is all-in on Waxman-Markey, a bill it never had a chance to read. (6/29/09)

Philip Morris Gets Its Tobacco Bill A win for market leader, regulators, and nanny-staters may be a loss for public health.(6/15/09)

Climate Policy Crash The EPA is poised to regulate greenhouse gases without a legislative fix. (1/27/09)

Obama’s Political Science Adviser John Holdren is unlikely to usher in an age of free and open scientific inquiry.
(1/07/09)

Courts in the Balance The presidential election could affect appellate courts even more than the Supreme Court (10/31/2008)

Justice on the Ballot The Ohio supreme court has become more restrained. Will this continue after November 4? (10/28/2008)

First Monday Is the third term the charm for Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito? (10/06/2008)

How to Steal A State Supreme Court Goo-goo reforms are hardball partisan politics in disguise (07/29/2008)

What Happened to the ‘Conservative Court’? Lessons learned from another year of the Roberts Court (06/30/2008)

A Prize for McCain A meaningful alternative to special-interest subsidies (06/23/2008)

Running on Half a Tank McCain outlines an inconsistent energy policy (06/18/2008)

A Bear of a Problem Listing polar bears under the Endangered Species Act could have dramatic impacts (05/19/2008)

First Monday What next for the “Kennedy Court”? (10/01/2007)

Foul Winds for Renewable Energy  Environmental regulations and NIMBYism slow the growth of wind and wave power (09/28/2007)

Like a Virgin Prizes are more effective at spurring innovation than federal subsidies (09/24/2007)

It’s Cool in Here Bjorn Lomborg's Climate Advice (09/04/2007)

Judging Thomas 15 years of one justice’s greatest SCOTUS hits (08/13/2007)

Changing the Climate The Bush administration seizes the initiative on climate-change policy (6/12/2007)

Can California Catch a Waiver? The Golden State wants to make its own global-warming policy (5/24/2007)

Hot Times in the High Court The Supreme Court Pushes Climate Change Policy (4/3/2007)

Two Cheers for "Conservative Conservation"  Governor Sanford tries a conservative approach to environmental protection (2/27/2007)

Ohio's Issue Two Is Too Much  Seeking to constitutionalize an ever-rising minimum wage. (10/30/2006)

A Troubling Prosecution (w. Michael Berry) United States v. Rosen has its thorns. (8/21/2006)

Desperately Smearing Susan Liberal, pro-regulatory groups attack another Bush nominee. (8/14/2006)

All Wet Landowners may have won the battle against federal wetlands regulations, but lost the war. (6/27/2006)

Reporting Is Not a Crime (w. Michael Berry) Conservatives should think twice about criminalizing journalism (5/26/2006)
    [See commentary and debate on this article on The Volokh Conspiracy here.]

Energy Price Idiocy Politics Trumps Policy at the Gas Pump (5/18/2006)

Supreme Clean Water Day Considering the Clean Water Act on Alito's First Day (2/21/2006)

Environmental Enemy #1 Environmentalists Attack Judge Alito (1/3/2006)

First Monday A Supreme Court Term to Remember Begins (10/3/2005)

Property Rights & Wrongs Three Deserved Losses in the Supreme Court (6/29/2005)
   
[See Bullock Response and Adler Reply here

Junkets for Judges? The Non-Scandal of Judicial Conferences (6/23/2005)

Federalism Up in Smoke? The Supreme Court on Medical Marijuana (6/07/2005)

Not Activist Enough The Left's Real Problem with Justice Priscilla Owen (5/23/2005)

RFK Jr's Unreality Kennedy Discovers Another Right-Wing Conspiracy (5/02/2005)

Gross Politics Bush's EPA Nominee Is Going Nowhere for No Good Reason (4/25/2005)

D.C. Payola How the Federal bureaucracy Funds Its Allies (1/28/2005)

High Court High Anxiety How Federalism May Go Up in Smoke (12/01/2004)

The Disappearing Environment  Green Groups Failed to Inject the Environment into the Election (11/23/2004)

Bush's Mistakes How Bush Mishandled that Last Question (10/12/2004)

Race Tuning  Covering the Vice Presidential Debate at Case (10/6/2004)

Polluting the Truth  RFK Jr's Continues to Distort the Bush Environmental Record (9/15/2004)

Suicidal Folly  Disgust with Assisted Suicide Needn't Kill Federalism (8/19/2004)

Green Gridlock  Environmental Activists Join the Fight Over Judicial Confirmations (7/23/2004)

Sosa Justice  The Supreme Court Cuts of International-Law Suits -- This Time (7/21/2004)

Smoking Out the Cuyahoga Fire Fable  Revisiting the Infamous River Fire of June 1969. (6/22/04)

Environmental Enemy No. 1?  Watching BushGreenwatch (w/ A. Morriss) (5/26/04)

Kennedy's Crimes Against Fact  Dissecting RFK Jr.'s Critique of Bush Enviro Policy. (12/03/03)
       
RFK Jr. Responds (12/18/03)

Federal Fuel Follies  How Federal Oxy-Fuel Mandates Cause Environmental Harm. (10/22/03)

Leavitt Hold Up  The politics blocking Bush's EPA nominee. (10/10/03)

New Source Review Revue  How the president's critics distort the EPA's regulatory reforms. (10/01/03)

Post-Whitman EPA  The EPA Administrator's resignation is not a loss but an opportunity (6/02/03)

Too Few Fish in the Sea  The Overfishing problem is real -- so is the property-based solution (5/21/03)

Hot Suits  State AGs Try to Force EPA's Hand on Global Warming (4/30/03)

Earth Day Onslaught  Giving Environmental Bush-bashing a Reality Check (4/22/03)

Saddam Hussein, Eco-Criminal  The Iraqi Dictator's Anti-Environmental Reign (3/21/03)

Anti-Anti-SUVs - Part Deux  The Mistaken Anti-SUV Crusade Continued (1/25/03)

Easterbrook Off the Rails  The Mistaken Anti-SUV Crusade (1/21/03)

Plowed Under  A landowner's challenge to federal wetland regulation (12/11/02)

Dangerous Precaution  The Precautionary Principle's challenge to progress (9/13/02)

Treaties Don't Save Species  Why the Jo'burg Summit won't help biodiversity (8/26/02) 

Greens Go After Owen  Environmental groups attack judicial nominee (8/22/02)

One Bad Turn Doesn't Merit Another  Congress' unconstitutional legislation (7/2/02)

Free to Speak about Drugs  The FDA and the First Amendment (6/4/02)

Property Damage The Supreme Court's Tahoe decision (5/01/02)

Dull Green Shears  Cutting environmentally wasteful spending (4/19/02)

Endangered Science Endangered Species Act shenanigans (2/12/02)

Death and Federalism  AG Ashcroft and assisted suicide (12/06/01)

Wrong Way on Water  The EPA's arsenic decision (11/13/01)

The Framers' Design  On the importance of federalism  (11/01/01)

Environmental Danger (10/11/01)

How the EPA Helps Terrorists (9/27/01)

A New Green Offense (8/17/01)

Al's Way or the Highway (7/05/00)

Al Gore's Eco-Industrial Policy (6/27/00)

Gas Pains (6/19/00) Gas Pains II (6/22/00)

Not so Hot News (6/12/00)

W: A Better Shade of Green? (6/02/00)

Celebrate Earth Day, Cut Taxes (4/18/00)

Two Cheers for W's Enviro Message (4/04/00)

 

 

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