“Liberal judges tend to be expansive about things like equal protection, while conservatives read more into ones like ‘the right to bear arms.’”
- It’s tempting to engage in anti-gun polemics and hope that popular opinion will dramatically shift, but it is also likely a mistake. The smarter course for those who want stronger federal gun-control laws anytime soon is legislative stewardship and compromise.
- Law graduates have always ended up in business, government, journalism and other fields. Law schools could do more to build these subjects into their coursework.
- Lawsuits prod companies to make their products safer.
- Liberal judges tend to be expansive about things like equal protection, while conservatives read more into ones like ‘the right to bear arms.’
- Mass layoffs produce big winners and losers. Most workers who remain are financially unscathed, even though their employer is struggling.
- Mississippi’s loose campaign finance laws allow lawyers and companies to contribute heavily to the judges they appear before. That is terrible for justice, since the courts are teeming with perfectly legal conflicts of interest.
- One of the great debates about the Internet is whether it is making people more or less free.
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