Issue Commentary

Judicial Selection Process Practically Begs for Corruption

The process for selecting judges in South Carolina is the best possible approach—if you're a powerful legislator prone to corruption, that is. Our state's legislators—three in particular—wield far too much power over the judicial system, predisposing it to all manner of conflict of interest, miscarriage of justice, favoritism, cronyism, and all to their own benefit at the expense of the people they claim to represent.

Policing for Profit - A Libertarian View of Civil Asset Forfeiture

Civil asset forfeiture—a practice in which police confiscate money and other property from persons merely suspected of crimes—is regularly abused all across the country, routinely harming innocent individuals and depriving them of the very resources they need to prove their innocence and win their property back.

Libertarian Reviews South Carolina's Medical Marijuana Bills

Marijuana with Prescription

Comparison of S.212 and H.3128 (medical marijuana bills)

By Laird Minor of Greenville County