Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Analysis

My new article outlines the many ways in which the Constitution protects non-citizens, as well as Americans.

  • Opinion

If you're a document which someone is trying to exclude under the federal hearsay rule, that is ....

  • Opinion

From the Thomas Jefferson Center (with which I’m involved as a member of the board of trustees).

  • Analysis

Some commentators are trying to minimize the significance of the decision. Here's why they're wrong to do so.

  • Opinion

The Supreme Court has relisted cases on whether the Fourth Amendment protects historical cell-site records. Here are some ruminations on whether the court should take these cases now.

  • Opinion

It's about tribal sovereign immunity law, and whether such immunity can extend to tribal employees. But it's also called Lewis v. Clarke -- what other cases have similarly interesting party names?

  • Opinion

The court ruled that the order violates constitutional principles of federalism and separation of powers.

  • Opinion

In an MSNBC interview, Dean offers more detail than in his previous tweets -- but his First Amendment analysis remains erroneous.

  • Analysis

An article in Governing Magazine claims that my conception of foot-voting focuses only on self-interest. Not so. More importantly, even purely self-interested foot voting can have enormous social benefits.

  • Opinion

So holds a new decision by a federal judge in the Eastern District of Louisiana.

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