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Re: Schuette Argument Recap

You know things aren’t looking good for the Left when even Slate thinks they should lose: The new case is the upside-down version of the last one: It’s about whether states may ban schools from ...

More on McCutcheon v. FEC

Oral arguments were held last week in McCutcheon v. FEC, which could declare aggregate limits to federal campaign donations unconstitutional. Not surprisingly, the Left is throwing a misguided fit. The day ...

The Oklahoman Endorses Move Away from Missouri Plan

In late August I reported on the steps being taken by Oklahoma legislators to reform their state’s judicial-selection process, a move that Oklahomans support by wide margins. According to a poll recently released by the ...

Re: The CFPB’s Staggering Claim

As if we needed one more example of how the CFPB operates free from normal government oversight, the National Law Journal’s report on a new CFPB settlement included an interesting tangent:   The CFPB is ...

The CFPB’s Staggering Claim

I’ve previously written about CEI’s constitutional challenge to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which is currently on appeal to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. According to the lawsuit, the CFPB’s lack of accountability to ...

C. Boyden Gray on the D.C. Circuit.

C. Boyden Gray has a great op-ed on President Obama’s D.C. Circuit Court packing plan. I thought Gray’s argument that it will hurt collegiality on the court was particularly insightful: Even worse, the ...

More on Wyeth Inc. v. Weeks

I’ve previously reported on Wyeth, Inc. v. Weeks, the Alabama Supreme Court decision that put Alabama back on the road to tort hell. Shortly after that post the Alabama Supreme Court agreed to rehear ...