Tagged: judiciary


Jurisprudence Blogging 1: Austin

This is the first in a series of posts about general jurisprudence. In this post, I will cover Austin’s view. I will give a simple overview on what his views are, what is good...


Separation of Powers and the Filibuster

I go back and forth on what I think about the propriety of the filibuster for legislative purposes, although I’m inclined towards the view that the filibuster is on the whole a good thing...


Why Being a Judge Is Hard

First, since today is Good Friday, let me apoloize upfront for the disturbing nature of the case around which this post is built.  Unfortunately, it serves as a compelling follow-up to the enjoyable and...