Michael Greve and Michael Rappaport are now blogging at a new site called the Liberty Law Blog, which immediately leaps into the must-reads of the day. Recent posts include a discussion of how Federalist No. 15 predicted the inherent constitutional flaws of the European Union and an analysis of the "state coercion" argument against PPACA. And don't miss that site's podcasts with Michael Greve and Walter Olson about their new books.
A new daily read: the Liberty Law Blog
- The Ramifications of EPA v. EME Homer City Generation, L.P.
- The Bond That Ties: A Case-Study in Federalism
- New Column by Walter Olson: SEC Unveils Expensive Rule on CEO Pay Ratio
- A better solution to prison overcrowding
- Full Federal Pre-emption of State Consumer Protection Food Suits
- Krugman Confused About State vs. Federal Government
- The Transatlantic War Against Homework
- The Defining Moment of the Presidential Debate
- New Podcasts: Reactions to the Obamacare decision
- It's the Spending Clause, stupid!
- Two senses of federalism
- Winning the battle, but losing the war (for expansive federal government power)?
- A mixed bag, but ultimately an activist decision
- Roberts can be criticized, but he's no Souter
- Podcast with Ilya Shapiro: Arizona v. U.S.