Richard Posner doesn’t leave the bench quietly.
Tag: Justice Antonin Scalia
Is Antonin Scalia reprehensible?
Thinking about Scalia in light of recent Supreme Court decisions
How Democrats could lose by winning the Obamacare ruling
The SCOTUS hands Dems a win—depending on how you look at it.
Posner v. Scalia—fight canceled
Did Scalia duck Posner?
A rite and a writ—a good week for gay marriage
A gay couple from Wisconsin marry in Chicago as the Seventh Circuit strikes down that state’s constitutional amendment forbidding same-sex marriage.
Court rulings keep firing away at Chicago’s gun laws
Successful Second Amendment challenges have reshaped gun-control policies and politics well beyond the city limits.
Scalia—the last word in gun control
On gun control, Judge Richard Posner deferred to his adversary, Justice Antonin Scalia
The Posner-Scalia row—the latest round
Scalia and Posner continue to disagree disagreeably
Posner v. Scalia
Richard Posner versus Antonin Scalia
The dubious law that put Otto Kerner away
There’s much more to the fall of Otto Kerner than the Chicago Tribune reported.
Rob Blagojevich and the Theft of Honest Services
Rob Blagojevich should be glad he’s not being judged simply on whether he was an upright public servant
A Good Day for Conrad Black
Supreme Court cuts honest-services fraud statute down to size, making freedom for Conrad Black more likely
The Honest Services Law Has a Rough Day in Court
Skeptical Supreme Court considers the Honest Services law.
Obama v. Alito
A corporation isn’t really a person, but the Supreme Court didn’t say it is.
Celebrating the 2nd on the 4th
If you’re troubled by what the Supreme Court just had to say about gun laws, read some libertarians.