Category: Federal Power
In Part 1, I ended with Learned Hand’s famous cost-benefit formulation in the Law of Negligence.Read More
“To mind one’s own business is a purely negative and unproductive injunction, but, taking social matters as they are just now, it is a sociological principle of the first importance. There might be developed a grand philosophy on the basis of minding one’s own business.” — William Graham Sumner, 2nd President of the American Sociological AssociationRead More
I feel compelled to offer a kind of “after action report” or lessons learned section on the AVIP.Read More
When Court ended that day, I knew that either we got a stay by the next morning or David Ponder and Jason Stonewall would be going to jail.Read More
Given how flawed the program has been from its inception – and all of the documents involved are public records, most of which were created by the U.S. government itself – the most salient question becomes ‘why?’Read More
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