In my department I am something of an all-rounder: a lot of what I teach is outside my official areas of expertise, at times chilling out in the Oort cloud.
Electoral reform has been one area where the cumbersome amendment process established by Article V hasn't been a huge barrier. With the unusual exception of the 14th, the bulk of.
Readers of this blog will know that I approve of the primary objective of this group of scholars and litigators, which is calling for the kind of judicial term limits.
With the discussion here and elsewhere in the blogosphere about the filibuster, I thought it was worth trying to get to the core of the issues. It is true, as.
Sandy Levinson makes the argument again. Before I get to some potential objections, I think a couple points should be emphasized. First, it's abundantly clear that life tenure is in.