US and other world leaders, who embarked on climate policies that scientists with relevant views do not fully endorse, are recklessly plunging ahead.
Peter J. Wallison
The National Popular Vote movement reflects a shocking failure to understand the consequences that would ensue should such a system go into effect.
New litigants challenging the rules of the administrative state will be arguing in the future to a Supreme Court that is ready to listen.
The case could open the Court’s docket to a robust discussion of how much authority Congress can delegate to agencies of the administrative state.
Peter J. Wallison is senior fellow emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute. His most recent book is Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein in the Administrative State.