Abstractions Make for Bad Law

Abstractions Make for Bad Law

One of the interesting things the human mind can do is to use abstractions. We can think and talk of carrots and crops. Carrots are real physical things. You can eat one. The word “crops,” on the other hand, means plants grown to be...
Half a Century of More of the Same

Half a Century of More of the Same

by Connor Boyack, Utah Tenth Amendment Center On August 23, 1958, 46 Chief Justices from the Supreme Courts of the several states gathered together in Pasadena, California. The event drawing their presence was the Conference of Chief Justices, a regular forum for the...

The Marbury v. Madison Mantra

by Timothy Baldwin, Esq. From Chuck Baldwin: Note: My son, Tim, writes today’s column. He is an attorney who received his Juris Doctor degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. He is a former prosecutor for the Florida State Attorney’s Office...

Planners in Black Robes

by David Gordon, Mises.org [How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution. By Richard A. Epstein. Cato Institute, 2006. xiii + 156 pages.] “Lochner-era jurisprudence” elicits a mindless sneer from  most contemporary legal theorists. In Lochner v. New York...


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