Prof. Amar, you say that like its a bad thing!

“This opinion reinvigorates a stricter understanding of all the powers of government,” Professor Amar said. “There’s a renewed interest in limits to federal power. The language about inactivity suggests that … ›

President's weekly roundup

Health Care Reform The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, aka the “Affordable Care Act” on Thursday in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius.  There are silver linings here, in that … ›

Coastal Commission czar's "legacy of zealotry" exposed

Californians continue to debate the legacy of the late Peter Douglas, the principal architect and former Executive Director of the California Coastal Commisison. If you’ve followed our work, you know our … ›

The other mistake the Supreme Court made yesterday

Largely lost in the hullaballoo yesterday, the Supreme Court dismissed First American v. Edwards as “improvidently granted.”  It did not give any reasons for the dismissal. This case asked whether … ›

Supreme Court denies review of Hawaii's race-based property tax scheme

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition for writ of certiorari in a case concerning Hawaii’s discriminatory race-based property tax scheme that forces non-preferred races to pay a higher tax rate.  … ›

George Will: Obamacare decision is a win for conservatives

Columnist George Will explains why “Conservatives distraught about the survival of the individual mandate are missing the considerable consolation prize they won when the Supreme Court rejected a constitutional rationale … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on Los Angeles' John & Ken Show at 3

I’ll be speaking with KFI radio’s John & Ken in about a half an hour about today’s decision in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here.

A victory for Obamacare, but…

Obamacare dissent, an ode to the Constitution

Today’s dissenters from the Court’s Obamacare decision wax poetically about political philosophy—in particular, about the importance of our constitutional structure of government to the preservation of individual liberty.  In the … ›

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Prof. Amar, you say that like its a bad thing!

“This opinion reinvigorates a stricter understanding of all the powers of government,” Professor Amar said. “There’s a renewed interest in limits to federal power. The language about inactivity suggests that … ›

President's weekly roundup

Health Care Reform The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, aka the “Affordable Care Act” on Thursday in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius.  There are silver linings here, in that … ›

Coastal Commission czar's "legacy of zealotry" exposed

Californians continue to debate the legacy of the late Peter Douglas, the principal architect and former Executive Director of the California Coastal Commisison. If you’ve followed our work, you know our … ›

The other mistake the Supreme Court made yesterday

Largely lost in the hullaballoo yesterday, the Supreme Court dismissed First American v. Edwards as “improvidently granted.”  It did not give any reasons for the dismissal. This case asked whether … ›

Supreme Court denies review of Hawaii's race-based property tax scheme

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition for writ of certiorari in a case concerning Hawaii’s discriminatory race-based property tax scheme that forces non-preferred races to pay a higher tax rate.  … ›

George Will: Obamacare decision is a win for conservatives

Columnist George Will explains why “Conservatives distraught about the survival of the individual mandate are missing the considerable consolation prize they won when the Supreme Court rejected a constitutional rationale … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on Los Angeles' John & Ken Show at 3

I’ll be speaking with KFI radio’s John & Ken in about a half an hour about today’s decision in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here.

A victory for Obamacare, but…

Obamacare dissent, an ode to the Constitution

Today’s dissenters from the Court’s Obamacare decision wax poetically about political philosophy—in particular, about the importance of our constitutional structure of government to the preservation of individual liberty.  In the … ›

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Prof. Amar, you say that like its a bad thing!

“This opinion reinvigorates a stricter understanding of all the powers of government,” Professor Amar said. “There’s a renewed interest in limits to federal power. The language about inactivity suggests that … ›

President's weekly roundup

Health Care Reform The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, aka the “Affordable Care Act” on Thursday in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius.  There are silver linings here, in that … ›

Coastal Commission czar's "legacy of zealotry" exposed

Californians continue to debate the legacy of the late Peter Douglas, the principal architect and former Executive Director of the California Coastal Commisison. If you’ve followed our work, you know our … ›

The other mistake the Supreme Court made yesterday

Largely lost in the hullaballoo yesterday, the Supreme Court dismissed First American v. Edwards as “improvidently granted.”  It did not give any reasons for the dismissal. This case asked whether … ›

Supreme Court denies review of Hawaii's race-based property tax scheme

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition for writ of certiorari in a case concerning Hawaii’s discriminatory race-based property tax scheme that forces non-preferred races to pay a higher tax rate.  … ›

George Will: Obamacare decision is a win for conservatives

Columnist George Will explains why “Conservatives distraught about the survival of the individual mandate are missing the considerable consolation prize they won when the Supreme Court rejected a constitutional rationale … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on Los Angeles' John & Ken Show at 3

I’ll be speaking with KFI radio’s John & Ken in about a half an hour about today’s decision in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here.

A victory for Obamacare, but…

Obamacare dissent, an ode to the Constitution

Today’s dissenters from the Court’s Obamacare decision wax poetically about political philosophy—in particular, about the importance of our constitutional structure of government to the preservation of individual liberty.  In the … ›

Prof. Amar, you say that like its a bad thing!

“This opinion reinvigorates a stricter understanding of all the powers of government,” Professor Amar said. “There’s a renewed interest in limits to federal power. The language about inactivity suggests that … ›

President's weekly roundup

Health Care Reform The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare, aka the “Affordable Care Act” on Thursday in National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius.  There are silver linings here, in that … ›

Coastal Commission czar's "legacy of zealotry" exposed

Californians continue to debate the legacy of the late Peter Douglas, the principal architect and former Executive Director of the California Coastal Commisison. If you’ve followed our work, you know our … ›

The other mistake the Supreme Court made yesterday

Largely lost in the hullaballoo yesterday, the Supreme Court dismissed First American v. Edwards as “improvidently granted.”  It did not give any reasons for the dismissal. This case asked whether … ›

Supreme Court denies review of Hawaii's race-based property tax scheme

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition for writ of certiorari in a case concerning Hawaii’s discriminatory race-based property tax scheme that forces non-preferred races to pay a higher tax rate.  … ›

George Will: Obamacare decision is a win for conservatives

Columnist George Will explains why “Conservatives distraught about the survival of the individual mandate are missing the considerable consolation prize they won when the Supreme Court rejected a constitutional rationale … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on Los Angeles' John & Ken Show at 3

I’ll be speaking with KFI radio’s John & Ken in about a half an hour about today’s decision in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here.

A victory for Obamacare, but…

Obamacare dissent, an ode to the Constitution

Today’s dissenters from the Court’s Obamacare decision wax poetically about political philosophy—in particular, about the importance of our constitutional structure of government to the preservation of individual liberty.  In the … ›