Author: Burt Likko
Opponents of D.C. statehood, with the certainty of gospel truth, state DC statehood would require a Constitutional Amendment. I disagree. Am I right to?
The past isn’t ever really past, and ghosts don’t ever die. So instead of avoiding them or feeling bad, maybe try confronting them a little bit?
U.S. v. Nixon was, beyond doubt, the most consequential decision Burger ever wrote and probably the most politically consequential decision between Brown v. Board of Education and Bush v. Gore.
“I could never lend myself to any transaction, however respectable, that would commercialize on the prestige and dignity of the office of the presidency,” – Former President Harry Truman
A bingeable podcast series confronts the big question, “Are We Doomed?”
I did it like this,
I did it like that.
I did it with a soggy three-dollar Santa hat.
Much ink has been spilt since Donald Trump’s election regarding the legitimacy of the U.S. government system, the fortitude of the rule of law, and the viability of American democracy. What do the 2018 election results tell us about those big, scary issues?
It’s been a month, so we’re checking in on our old friend Burt to see if he’s grown a neck beard yet.
A few words from a momentarily homeless editor emeritus.
After the eulogy, a peculiar hollowness.
Burt Likko makes an ambitious proposal.
Where will the Era of Bad Feelings ultimately take us?
Burt Likko has one of those sorts of problems that really aren’t such bad problems to have.
A garage sale completes the ironic tableau.
James Damore, the “echo chamber memo” guy, just filed a high profile lawsuit against his former employer, Google. He might have the chance to blaze a new trail in California employment law along the way.