Fantasy football, that is.
A touching piece from our distinguished emeritus writer.
Political orientation is a journey, not a polestar. This year is an especially good one to take stock of where you are, and how you got there. We hope you’ll share with us.
Elections, it turns out, have consequences.
See you in Stumptown!
The man really is Richard Nixon, and he wants Vladimir Putin to be his G. Gordon Liddy.
So… who’s running the show right now?
A very brief movie review.
So that happened. Kinda fast, actually.
Not a lot known just yet about what happened during Bastille Day celebrations on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France.
Are you playing in Ordinary Times‘ Veepstakes Fundraiser? Why not?
Bambrogan et al. v. Hyperloop Technologies, et al., LASC No. BC626730 (filed July 12, 2016). Ho hum.
Burt Likko stumbles into a Black Lives Matter rally.
A reminder: Leaguefest 2016 is July 29-31 in Portland, Oregon
A call for calm and caution despite calamity.
Originally run on his private blog way back in 2011, Burt Likko offers an editor’s view of the organic document of the United States of America.
Academic theory is vindicated in actual practice: it turns out, Presidential candidates are not above copyright law.
In which Burt Likko navigates a moral and legal dilemma.
It turns out, there are holes in the law. Here’s how Burt Likko found one.
Don Zeko offers an analysis of the Constitutional issues raised by Donald Trump’s proposed “temporary” change to immigration law.
Greg Rosalsky got sushi from the same place that supplies fish to world-famous $600-per-seating NYC Japanese luxury gastroboutique Masa. Here’s how his meal turned out.
What’s in Your Deposition Kit?
We proudly announce the launch of our second satellite project, Common Law.
We could have asked the bartender to change the channel.
But we didn’t.
Housingwire breaks a story on a $1.27 billion verdict reversal
Stuff you shouldn’t forget to do. Even if you’re just a lurker.
In which Burt Likko attempts to solve two problems at once: raising money to keep the bills paid around here, and tapping the brilliant minds here to address the most important questions left in the 2016 Presidential primary season.
Was the Constitution violated? You make the call!
Burt Likko reacts to Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech, 140 characters at a time.
The editors request your attention for an important announcement.
Maybe it wasn’t the biggest surprise to come out of the Treasury Department since FDR approved 3.2% beer during Prohibition, but Burt Likko welcomes today’s news about the government’s decision to shift the granting of high honors from one historical figure to another anyway.
That’s not how you do it.
This is how you do it.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that matter the most.
Nate Silver describes Trump’s path from here to nomination, state by state.