With great power comes great responsibility. Consequently, it is with great sadness.
So the clever "let's pick Arizona, because everyone is gonna pick Kentucky" strategy, which two high profile LGM bloggers adopted, didn't work out. Here's the state of things: Kentucky.
"If the federal government intervenes in the economy in any way, the Moops will overrun us all. Haven't you seen that documentary about what they did to Rearden Steel?" The.
"Don't worry -- if this falls through I have a compelling theory that all federal social welfare programs are unconstitutional under the emoluments clause." You may remember Richard Epstein from.
The audio from oral arguments in King v. Burwell that should have been streamed in real time are now up. As Irin Carmon said on Twitter, among other things it's.
He wouldn't dream of allowing anyone to lose their health insurance, Scout's Honor! Negotiating the various perils of the "card says Moops!" and "Moops invaded Spain" arguments, Ross Douthat ends.
I'm agnostic about the outcome in today's other case, Yates v. U.S. But two passages from Kagan's dissent are worth quoting. This is the one that will get the attention:.
I have a piece up at The Week on the shell game being played by the ACA troofers. The basic idea is that you shuffle between "Card says Moops!," "the.