right to privacy on Townhall

Steve Sherman - Wed Jan 20

Sarah Jean Seman - Tue Apr 29

If police should arrest someone for driving without a seatbelt, Justice Antonin Scalia said, "it seems absurd that they should be able to search that person's iPhone." ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Mon Feb 10

“We've gotta be careful not to forfeit freedoms we fought for in the first place for temporary security.” ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Dec 30

Sarah Jean Seman - Wed Aug 28

The U.S. government made over half of the total global inquiries into Facebook user accounts. ... more

Steve Chapman - Sun Jul 28

Jacob Sullum - Wed Mar 27

The first time David Floyd was stopped and frisked, on a Friday afternoon in April 2007, he was walking down Beach Avenue a few doors from his house in the Bronx when two police officers confronted him, demanding to know who he was, where he was going, what he was doing and whether he was carrying any weapons. Floyd, at the time a freelance film editor and now a medical student, presented his driver's license and explained that he was walking home ... more

Bob Barr - Wed Feb 13

President Obama did not mention it in his State of the Union address last night, and there hasn’t been much attention devoted to it in the Congress of late; but, the fundamental right to privacy Americans have a right to expect from their own government, has suffered yet another body blow. ... more