The big headline this morning is “President Trump must turn over his tax returns to the...Read More
Does the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protect against LGBT discrimination? The Supreme Court will decide that issue next year. Check out the discussion with The Law right here.Read More
The Atlantic website has this article: The Supreme Court’s Death Drive Five conservative justices are bent on defending a policy that is unpopular, expensive, and cruel. The article, by Garrett Epps, a “professor of...Read More
For all of the podcasts, click the pic. Or here. Episode list: THE LAW EP 26, MIRANDA V ARIZONA (1966) THE LAW EP 25, TIMBS V INDIANA (2019) THE LAW EP 24, WARREN V. DC THE LAW EP 23, CITY OF CASTLE ROCK V GONZALEZ (2005) THE...Read More
Tyson Timbs pled guilty to a $400 drug transaction in Indiana. Government agents used that as pretext to steal his $42,000 car he purchased with money he got from his dad’s death. The US Supreme Court held that the 8th...Read More
Long time fan favorite David K. Williams, Jr. joins us to offer a libertarian critique of the United States Constitution and a few key Supreme Court cases.Read More
The American criminal justice system is supposed to be blind. It’s supposed to be “innocent until proven guilty.” It’s supposed to give the accused the benefit of the doubt (literally). It’s...Read More
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"The Constitution is a compact enduring for more than our time, and one Congress cannot yield up its own powers, much less those of other Congresses to follow. Abdication of responsibility is not part of the constitutional design."
"No political truth ... is stamped with the authority of more enlightened patrons of liberty .... [than the separation of powers because] [t]he accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands...