Monthly Archives: December 2017

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New York appellate court affirms dismissal of libel lawsuit brought by political commentator Cheri Jacobus.

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An important new book about the constitutional ramifications of federal "privatization".

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Some Southern Hemisphere trivia.

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Most who clerk on the Supreme Court come from similar backgrounds.

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This fact appears in a discussion of whether the husband and wife had separated at the time -- but I just don't quite see the relevance.

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Under current First Amendment jurisprudence, the government is not allowed to prohibit truthful claims about otherwise legal products.

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An odd warning by a Louisiana judge about statements that he says were "loose, gossipy, and reflected a lynch-mob mentality" -- but that he agreed were legally nonactionable opinion.

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Online criticism; alleged Hezbollah ties; "six [legal] actions on two continents"; and a judge's suggestion of sanctions for an unwarranted emergency injunction request.

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Logos is logic and pathos is emotion (compare "pathetic," or for that matter "pathos"); but what's ethos?

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Asian long-horned beetles, dreadlock discrimination, Teslas and more.

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