I agree with Ed’s latest comments, that a blogging law professor who argues irresponsibly about legal matters doesn’t have much of a claim on our attention when he wants to stay pseudonymous.
Here I just want to (gently) correct Wendy Long about a historical matter. She writes:Hamilton, Madison, and Jay did not invoke the pseudonym Publius in order to hide as individuals from being credited with authorship . . . Rather, their reason was precisely to the contrary: to share authorship, and indeed credit, with all the Framers of the Constitution.