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Alternative Title: Welcome to Central Florida! I described in my previous post the circumstances surrounding my decision to relocate to Central Florida. Although this decision was a difficult and painful one, it turned out to be the right call in … Continue reading
Alternative Title: “Paradise Lost” The champion heavy-weight boxer Mike Tyson is reported to have once said, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” In my case, this quote could not be more apt. Although I loved … Continue reading
I will resume my reflections in my next post, but in the meantime, I just figured out why I hate driving on Florida roads so much. According to this report in the Daily Mail (hat tip: the Amazing Tyler Cowen), … Continue reading
Alternative Title: Carlitos’ Library Today, I will continue my reflections by writing about two more Puerto Rican legal scholars and friends who played a pivotal role in my intellectual development: Daniel Nina and the late Carlitos del Valle, both of … Continue reading
Why haven’t any of the emergency-use covid vaccines received full approval from the FDA yet? Update (8/1): Since Fauci is still out to lunch, my colleague and friend Alex Tabarrok has answered my query here.
For those keeping score at home, I will resume my reflections in the next day or two …
Happy Sunday! Reflecting back on the first stage of my teaching career at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico (PUCPR), especially the years 1998 to 2004, I wrote about some of my PUCPR colleagues and friends in my previous … Continue reading
As promised, I shall resume my reflections. I already wrote about my close friendship with El Gallo, as my colleague and friend Orlando I. Martinez Garcia is known in his beloved hometown of Manati, P.R., and how our friendship changed … Continue reading
I will resume my reflections in my next post, in the meantime, below is a work of Native American art from the collection of the James Museum in Saint Petersburg, Florida:
Update (12 noon): I have added three additional paragraphs to explain how a decision of the Supreme Court can itself be “unconstitutional.” I am interrupting my reflections series yet again to call out my colleague and friend Randy Barnett, a … Continue reading