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F1@1F's Farewell


On Friday I posted my part in an April Fool’s joke.  But this post, sadly, is no joke.

When F1@1F turned one year old at the end of this past December, I posted… 263 more words

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Blackman on "Constitution Land"

This morning I noticed that my friend, Josh Blackman–indefatigable law blogger and President of the Harlan Instituteissued a press release announcing that the Harlan Institute is planning a theme park dedicated to the Constitution–Constitution Land. 505 more words

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Most every Supreme Court junkie has done some time at the Oyez Project listening to Warren-era oral arguments and famous dissents from the bench, or clicking through the Court’s class photos… 84 more words

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Legislative Tangent Day

Please pardon my turning my attention towards Congress this afternoon, but I must plug two items lest that evil cloud consume the Capitol:

  • The Atlantic’s politics page today published the piece, “
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Jost on Cameras in the Courtroom

Ken Jost, the Supreme Court editor at CQ Press, has put together a lengthy and comprehensive analysis on all things “Cameras in the Court” in a new report for CQ Researcher.   354 more words

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Friend of F1@1F Ryan Malphurs in WaPo

In this morning’s Washington Post, Bob Barnes features Ryan Malphurs’s newly-published study on the effects of laughter in the Supreme Court:

The Texas litigation consultant studied all the notations of laughter during the court’s 2006-2007 term, and discovered a few more himself while listening to tapes.

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Serota on Veterans Benefits

As we honor our veterans’ service today, I would like to recommend Michael Serota’s column at AOL News today challenging the constitutionality of the severe delays many veterans face in receiving their disability benefits from the VA. 359 more words

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