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The Closing of the Internet Mind

Aaron Kheriaty

The definition of online freedom has been depressingly constricted over the last thirty years.

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The American Mind / May 22, 2024

The Latent Fascism of Today’s Anti-Fascists

Aaron Kheriaty

Denying a universal shared rationality marks modern anti-fascists as the very thing they claim to fight.

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Brownstone Institute / May 10, 2024

SCOTUS Errs In Murthy v. Missouri By Assuming Big Tech Is Just Like Print Media

Aaron Kheriaty

The government’s relationship with social media is not analogous to government interactions with print media.

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The Federalist / March 28, 2024

Physician Burnout

Aaron Rothstein

Doctors don’t necessarily need less work to assuage burnout; they need to do more of the vocational work that gives their profession meaning.

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National Affairs / January 1, 2024

The First Champion of Free Speech

Aaron Kheriaty

Rights articulated in law are necessary even when the sovereign is a man of good will.

Brownstone Institute / October 23, 2023

The Politics of Disdain

Aaron Kheriaty

Elites and institutions originated our polarized political climate, and the dynamic is not likely to change anytime soon.

City Journal / October 20, 2023

The White House’s ‘Misinformation’ Pressure Campaign Was Unconstitutional

Aaron Kheriaty

The government can say whatever it wants publicly; it just cannot stop other Americans from saying something else.

Newsweek / September 26, 2023

The Brilliant Legal Mind of John Sauer

Aaron Kheriaty

This struggle over federal censorship reflects two competing visions of freedom in America.

The Epoch Times / August 24, 2023

Beheading Leviathan

Aaron Kheriaty

Curbing censorship will require a full-scale assault on the surveillance state.

The American Mind / August 23, 2023

The Censorship Empire Strikes Back After Missouri v. Biden Free Speech Victory

Aaron Kheriaty

Recent ‘analysis’ frames Missouri v. Biden in entirely partisan terms, revealing an inadequate understanding of First Amendment guarantees.

The Federalist / July 12, 2023

BOOM: Yesterday In Court We Landed a Major Blow Against the Censorship Leviathan

Aaron Kheriaty

On Independence Day (fittingly), the court granted our petition in Missouri v. Biden for a temporary injunction against the government censors.

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Human Flourishing / July 5, 2023

Rebellion, Not Retreat

Aaron Kheriaty

Blueprints for flourishing in the midst of a decaying civilization.

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The American Mind / June 27, 2023