Obama cannot extend his rule indefinitely: how Trump can reverse Obama's midnight land grabs

Last weekend, The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed that Professor John Yoo and I wrote to answer the White House’s claim that Trump can’t reverse President Obama’s recent proclamations … ›

SCOTUS confirmation games: Playing the race card, with an empty recess appointment threat

President Obama has promised to nominate someone relatively soon for a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing. President Obama hopes either to weaken … ›

A government of laws, and not of Obama

An unusual argument has arisen as a way to save Obamacare. Today, a New York Times op-ed written by law professor William Baude suggests that the Obama administration could just ignore the Supreme … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

Obama Administration taking disparate impact theory to a new level

On this blog we have often talked about the perils of disparate impact theory. Disparate impact forces employers to use a race-first mentality to hiring, firing, and promotion decisions.  As I … ›

Obama Administration letter brief on judicial review

Here is the letter brief that the Obama Administration was required to file in response to questions about the President’s comments regarding judicial review.

President Obama’s clash with the courts

I spoke this morning with Armstrong & Getty about President Obama’s comments about the judiciary’s power to strike down laws as unconstitutional. You can listen here. I think the whole … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty to discuss "judicial activism"

I’ll be speaking with Armstrong & Getty tomorrow morning in the 7 o’clock hour to discuss President Obama’s recent comments about the Supreme Court’s review of Obamacare.

Attorney General Holder: Preferences now, preferences tomorrow, preferences forever!

In 1963, nearly a decade after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education declared racial segregation of school children to be unconstitutional, the newly elected governor of … ›

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Obama cannot extend his rule indefinitely: how Trump can reverse Obama's midnight land grabs

Last weekend, The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed that Professor John Yoo and I wrote to answer the White House’s claim that Trump can’t reverse President Obama’s recent proclamations … ›

SCOTUS confirmation games: Playing the race card, with an empty recess appointment threat

President Obama has promised to nominate someone relatively soon for a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing. President Obama hopes either to weaken … ›

A government of laws, and not of Obama

An unusual argument has arisen as a way to save Obamacare. Today, a New York Times op-ed written by law professor William Baude suggests that the Obama administration could just ignore the Supreme … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

Obama Administration taking disparate impact theory to a new level

On this blog we have often talked about the perils of disparate impact theory. Disparate impact forces employers to use a race-first mentality to hiring, firing, and promotion decisions.  As I … ›

Obama Administration letter brief on judicial review

Here is the letter brief that the Obama Administration was required to file in response to questions about the President’s comments regarding judicial review.

President Obama’s clash with the courts

I spoke this morning with Armstrong & Getty about President Obama’s comments about the judiciary’s power to strike down laws as unconstitutional. You can listen here. I think the whole … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty to discuss "judicial activism"

I’ll be speaking with Armstrong & Getty tomorrow morning in the 7 o’clock hour to discuss President Obama’s recent comments about the Supreme Court’s review of Obamacare.

Attorney General Holder: Preferences now, preferences tomorrow, preferences forever!

In 1963, nearly a decade after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education declared racial segregation of school children to be unconstitutional, the newly elected governor of … ›

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Obama cannot extend his rule indefinitely: how Trump can reverse Obama's midnight land grabs

Last weekend, The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed that Professor John Yoo and I wrote to answer the White House’s claim that Trump can’t reverse President Obama’s recent proclamations … ›

SCOTUS confirmation games: Playing the race card, with an empty recess appointment threat

President Obama has promised to nominate someone relatively soon for a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing. President Obama hopes either to weaken … ›

A government of laws, and not of Obama

An unusual argument has arisen as a way to save Obamacare. Today, a New York Times op-ed written by law professor William Baude suggests that the Obama administration could just ignore the Supreme … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

Obama Administration taking disparate impact theory to a new level

On this blog we have often talked about the perils of disparate impact theory. Disparate impact forces employers to use a race-first mentality to hiring, firing, and promotion decisions.  As I … ›

Obama Administration letter brief on judicial review

Here is the letter brief that the Obama Administration was required to file in response to questions about the President’s comments regarding judicial review.

President Obama’s clash with the courts

I spoke this morning with Armstrong & Getty about President Obama’s comments about the judiciary’s power to strike down laws as unconstitutional. You can listen here. I think the whole … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty to discuss "judicial activism"

I’ll be speaking with Armstrong & Getty tomorrow morning in the 7 o’clock hour to discuss President Obama’s recent comments about the Supreme Court’s review of Obamacare.

Attorney General Holder: Preferences now, preferences tomorrow, preferences forever!

In 1963, nearly a decade after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education declared racial segregation of school children to be unconstitutional, the newly elected governor of … ›

Obama cannot extend his rule indefinitely: how Trump can reverse Obama's midnight land grabs

Last weekend, The Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed that Professor John Yoo and I wrote to answer the White House’s claim that Trump can’t reverse President Obama’s recent proclamations … ›

SCOTUS confirmation games: Playing the race card, with an empty recess appointment threat

President Obama has promised to nominate someone relatively soon for a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court made vacant by Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing. President Obama hopes either to weaken … ›

A government of laws, and not of Obama

An unusual argument has arisen as a way to save Obamacare. Today, a New York Times op-ed written by law professor William Baude suggests that the Obama administration could just ignore the Supreme … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

Obama Administration taking disparate impact theory to a new level

On this blog we have often talked about the perils of disparate impact theory. Disparate impact forces employers to use a race-first mentality to hiring, firing, and promotion decisions.  As I … ›

Obama Administration letter brief on judicial review

Here is the letter brief that the Obama Administration was required to file in response to questions about the President’s comments regarding judicial review.

President Obama’s clash with the courts

I spoke this morning with Armstrong & Getty about President Obama’s comments about the judiciary’s power to strike down laws as unconstitutional. You can listen here. I think the whole … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty to discuss "judicial activism"

I’ll be speaking with Armstrong & Getty tomorrow morning in the 7 o’clock hour to discuss President Obama’s recent comments about the Supreme Court’s review of Obamacare.

Attorney General Holder: Preferences now, preferences tomorrow, preferences forever!

In 1963, nearly a decade after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Brown v. Board of Education declared racial segregation of school children to be unconstitutional, the newly elected governor of … ›