Abortion and the Law’s Control of Bodies

In yesterday’s confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Senator Kamala Harris of California, a likely presidential candidate in 2020, asked a perplexing question, and Kavanaugh provided an even more perplexing answer. Kamala Harris: “Can you think of any laws that give the government the power to make decisions about the male body?” Brett Kavanaugh: […]

Techies, Regulations, and Magic Spells

Laws aren’t code. Techies are generally pretty smart people. It’s difficult to make a living designing and writing software if you’re a dummy. They’re also often self-motivated learners, because that’s how you become a programmer. That said, much of the tech community possess a pretty huge blind spot when it comes to regulations. They have unrealistic […]

The Frightening Permissiveness of Rosenkranz’s “The Subjects of the Constitution”

Professor Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz’s “The Subjects of the Constitution” is a hot, new law review article making the rounds and garnering some well-deserved attention. For those who haven’t read it, and who have even a passing interest in the United States Constitution and judicial review, I heartedly recommend it. Rosenkranz’s article is long, but, as […]