Mark S. Weiner

Posts Tagged ‘Niskanen Center’

Climate Change Denial as Historical Consciousness

In Environment, Legal Philosophy on November 10, 2017 at 7:25 am

Today in the Open Society series of the Niskanen Center, I argue that climate change denial is a central form of historical consciousness under Trumpism. You can find the essay here.

Individual Liberty and the Power to Exclude

In Constitutional law, Guest Posts, Individualism, Supreme Court on February 16, 2017 at 3:59 pm

My friends at the libertarian Niskanen Center kindly gave me a forum to meditate on the President’s recent executive order about immigration. The post is here. The think tank has been publishing terrific critiques of the administration from a libertarian and center-right perspective, though it’s contributors are wonderfully hard to classify, forging a new political and ideological space—do keep an eye on these folks!