Tag Archives: Judicial Review

The judicial review fallacy

We are attending the 5th Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium at the Loyola University Chicago Law School, and we are troubled by the following syllogism on which most North American constitutional scholarship is based — Major premise: One of the purposes of … Continue reading

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The House always wins …

Here’s a puzzle: Why do people gamble in casinos, especially if (as our old friend Freddie Torres would like to say when talking about lawsuits against the government) “the House always wins”? By way of example, check out this report by Chris Opfer … Continue reading

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