Tag Archives: The Supreme Court of the United States

Best of 2016

Happy New Year! Since today is (observed as) New Year’s Day, I thought I would go through the usual motions of curating the best material I generated in 2016 and putting it all in one post. 2016 included a fairly … Continue reading

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The Axis of Ego Podcast: Constitutional Law and George Zimmerman

In part one of this lengthy podcast, Harrison Weinhold stops by to talk about the very eventful week in Supreme Court news, as he and Tom talk constitutional theory, how Supreme Court opinions, whether “liberal” or “conservative,” read more and more … Continue reading

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The VRA Case and NLRB Appointments

I was a guest on Aim Right with Amy this past Tuesday night, hosted by Amy Lutz.  Amy is also the Editor-in-Chief of A New Voice, a commentary website for which I am a contributor.  Amy and I discussed the Supreme Court news … Continue reading

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Understanding Scalia

Justice Antonin Scalia authored a Supreme Court opinion published today that curtailed certain kinds of police searches using drug-sniffing dogs.  The holding in Florida v. Jardines was that such searches are unconstitutional and a violation of the rights secured by the Fourth … Continue reading

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Current Events

Man, what a few weeks we’ve had, America!  There’s so, so, SO much to discuss.  I wanted to try to cover as much ground as I could, yet time constraints conspired to limit my options. Therefore, in the name of … Continue reading

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The Gathering Storm

There will be no shortage of constitutional “experts” in this country come June. The decisions in the Affordable Care Act cases are two months away, but the massive narrative-generation apparatus has already begun to shimmy and whir as it churns … Continue reading

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