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  • 27 Oct 2020
    Simon J. Gilhooley

    The 1836 Election and the modern fight for the SCOTUS

    The emergence of a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court just a few weeks before the general election, and the hasty efforts to fill that seat with Judge Amy Coney Barrett, has made constitutional interpretation a live political issue once again. Opinion pieces and pundits are arguing back and forth over the legitimacy of “originalism,” […]

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  • 17 Jan 2019
    Joseph Blocher, Darrell A.H. Miller

    How can the Second Amendment inform US gun regulation?

    An introduction to "The Positive Second Amendment: Rights, Regulation, and the Future of Heller" by its authors Joseph Blocher & Darrell A.H. Miller.

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  • 14 Jan 2019
    Evan Gerstmann

    Campus Sexual Assault Shouldn’t be a Partisan Issue

    In November 2018, the Department of Education released new proposed Title IX regulations, replacing Obama era guidance on how educational institutions should handle allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Partisan reaction has been predictable, with Republicans shouting hallelujahs that Betsy DeVos is reining in the excesses of the Obama years, and Democrats claiming that […]

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