Weekly Top 5: March 12

Bill Glod: Jessica Flanigan discusses feminism and libertarianism.

James R. Harrigan: Even if his heart is in the right place (and I am by no means saying that it is), a candidate for the highest office in the land might want to think through the First Amendment implications of his “there ought to be a law” utterances.

Jeanne Hoffman: Should there be first class passenger lines for airport security checks? (editor’s note: “shameless self-promotion”)

Phil Magness: A comparative photo essay of sites in East Germany before and after Communism. Notably, just about everything in the communist period is in a state of disrepair.

Nathan Chang: Peter Thiel is teaching a class at Stanford. Thiel Fellows need not apply.