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The End of the Umpire

I don’t think he realizes it, but Chief Justice John Roberts just killed the umpire. The most immediate political implication of last week’s court rulings is to change how we see the Supreme Court. Specifically, it will lead many of us to reject as a lie the theory that Roberts spoke about, with much apparent […]

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King v. Burwell v. Marbury v. Madison

It’s time to add another item to the list of discarded liberal pieties: judicial review. The Supreme Court is no longer here to hold the executive branch accountable to the Constitution or the letter of the law. It’s here to run interference for the executive, to help it rewrite the law to fit its needs. […]

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How We Legislate Now

Top Stories of the Year: #5 This is the time when I traditionally count down the top stories of the year, as covered in The Tracinski Letter. I’ll also be sending out a few short articles covering some breaking news events (for example, Wednesday’s news about Cuba and North Korea) and one or two larger […]

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