50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

by baldilocks With respect to how I look at things, some observers have said that my view often gives a previously un-articulated perspective—a compliment. Others have called my views contrarian—not a compliment; the implication being that I intentionally take a side on a given topic about which few others or no others are taking. The … Continue reading 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

WGBH & Bridget Fay on the Buffer Zone law

WGBH talked about the Buffer Zone ruling and I saw a familiar face on the stage Ms. Fay's blog is the Fog of Law and she wrote on the McCullem ruling here. I also think it’s hugely important that this was a consensual speech case, not a protest case. You can adequately scream at people … Continue reading WGBH & Bridget Fay on the Buffer Zone law

On Hobby Lobby the GOP Establishment Lucks out

There are a lot of things we can say about the 5-4 ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby. We can say it's an important win for religious liberty (it is) we can say that differentiating between a "closely held" corporation and a big publicly held one is far (it is).  You can claim that it's … Continue reading On Hobby Lobby the GOP Establishment Lucks out