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Reflections on Justice Scalia, two years after his passing

Gary’s interview with Bryan A. Garner, a longtime friend and literary co-collaborator: https://aneconomyofone.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/garner-bryan-2-12-18.mp3

Our interview with Christopher Scalia, the youngest son of Justice Antonin Scalia: … 45 more words

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Like a Tree Beside the River of Truth

Between being sick (I was down for a couple of weeks with the flu and pneumonia) and stress at work, I haven’t had much time for serious blogging in a while. 816 more words

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Putting the U.S. Constitution up for grabs

In a republic we have rules — laws — framed by a Constitution that sets limits on how far they go, and on who can exercise them, while assuring that we can change them as needed, in an orderly process that protects the rights of all. 564 more words


UPDATES: Joseph diGenova on the Conspiracy and on Special Counsels

Following my proposal for a Select Committee of the Congress to publicly investigate The Conspiracy to Overturn the Election (as we might call it), a couple of Updates: 661 more words


U.S. Judiciary: Chief Justice John Roberts Issues 2017 Year-End Report

John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States, issued a 2017 year-end report on the judiciary.

The Chief Justice in his annual report focused on two items: 441 more words


Super Moons, Shepherds and Chrétiens

“You develop an instant global consciousness, a people orientation, an intense dissatisfaction with the state of the world, and a compulsion to do something about it. 1,163 more words

Background Perspective

대화 격률 이론으로 본 미국 수정헌법 2조

재미나게 읽은 이번주 이코노미스트 기사 하나를 공유한다.

What does America’s Second Amendment really say? (the Economist, 11월 16일자)

기사는 미국 수정헌법 2조를 언어철학자 폴 그라이스의 cooperative principle 협동의 원리를 들어 풀어준다. 78 more words

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