The problem with Kennedy is that even if he had a coherent view of the Constitution, his jurisprudence was often inscrutable.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau concentrates power in the hands of a single, unelected, unaccountable official.
SCOTUS just ruled that states can’t enact protectionist alcohol laws. Congress should ensure that the same is true of cannabis in states where it is legal.
Digital Realty v. Somers hasn't garnered much media attention, but it could strike a blow to the growth of the administrative state.