Trying to save corporations should be Congress’s first task.
Unforeseen existential threats sometimes require extraordinary temporary measures. But in normal times, the same measures would be considered terrible policy.
The Communist Chinese have been far more effective in stopping the spread of information about the coronavirus than in stopping the spread of the coronavirus itself.
Charlottesville, Va., mayor Michael Signer argues that we must restrict speech to maintain the rule of law. He couldn’t be more wrong.
Newark is cracking down on “coronavirus disinformation,” warning that any “false reporting” will lead to criminal prosecution. What gives Newark the authority?