Category Archives: The Constitution

The March of Gun Rights from Virgina Tech to Aurora

A new Pew Research Poll on gun rights vs. regulation shows little appetite for restrictions in the wake of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Instead, the medium term trend is toward protecting rights under the Second Amendment and viewing high-profile … Continue reading

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Of Constitutional Battles and Constitutional Wars

In his artfully ludicrous reaction to the SCOTUS’ Obamacare decision, liberal law professor Ronald Dworkin questions Anthony Kennedy’s motivation for joining the conservatives’ “belligerent dissent” rather than vote with the Court’s liberal bloc. (Kennedy has done the later 25 times … Continue reading

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