From a (generally unfavorable) David Garrow review of Jeffrey Toobin's new Brethrenesque book about the Supreme Court:Toobin devotes two chapters to Bush vs. Gore, the case that decided the 2000.
I have an article up in TAP about the affirmative action cases and "originalism." The cases make clear that for even justices who occasionally practice it rarely gets in the.
Thers quotes the first half of the Scalia quote approvingly cited by Ann Althouse. I'd like to deal with the second:"What Shakespeare is to the high school English student," Scalia.
I'm working on a piece about Jan Crawford Greenburg's new book, so I was interested in this take by John O. McGinnis. I agree that it's a good book, although.