Tyler Brandt

Tyler Brandt is an Associate Editor at FEE. He is a graduate of UW-Madison with a B.A. in Political Science. In college, Tyler was a FEE Campus Ambassador, President of his campus YAL chapter, and Research Intern at the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy. Brandt's research interests include constitutional law, free speech, social psychology, stoicism, and self-help. In his free time, Tyler enjoys disc golfing, running, playing guitar/bass/drums, and cleaning his room. 

Recent blog posts by this author

Why I Don't Say 'OK Boomer'

If you spend any time on the internet or time with those who do, you’ve probably heard the phrase “OK Boomer” by now. Perhaps you’ve been OK-Boomered yourself, or maybe you’ve OK-Boomered somebody else. The meme is one of the most popular things...

Justice Ginsburg Calls Kavanaugh Hearings a 'Highly Partisan Show'

Speaking on September 12th before the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association at the George Washington University Law School, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was asked how she would compare her Supreme Court nomination process to Bret...

Liberty is Meaningless without Responsibility

What does a free society look like to you? Is it an anarcho-capitalist utopia where individuals are free to shoot fully-automatic AK-47s at their 1040 EZs in their private marijuana fields? Is it a harmonious society free from bureaucratic...