Articles by Evan Bernick

Evan Bernick

Evan Bernick

Evan Bernick graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in June of 2011 and passed the Illinois bar in February of 2012. He is a Legal Fellow with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, where, as a participant in the Charles Koch Institute’s Koch Internship Program, he helped defend religious organizations with conscience-based objections to the Affordable Care Act. Bernick currently works as a legal associate with the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies. In a month’s time, he will participate in the Koch Associate Program as a research fellow with the Heritage Foundation’s Overcriminalization Project. He blogs daily on his own website, The Benevolent Objectivist.


Articles Written:

Tweets Are Speech, Too –

Individualism is No Sin: The (Anti)Heroism of Edward Snowden –

We Haven’t Won Yet: What the Liberal Media Still Doesn’t Get About Obama –

President Obama’s Call to Reject Fears of Tyranny is Premature –

Don’t Let Them Free, and Don’t Let Them Die –

There is No “War on Terror”: Why the Boston Bomber is Not an Enemy Combatant –

Drone Strikes Are Both Moral and Practical –

Why I’m Not Standing with Rand: A Libertarian Defense of Obama’s Drone Policy –

Not Just a Religious Thing: Why Nonbelievers Should Oppose the “Contraceptive Mandate” –