Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

There is no god. But…

Just got this from John Ross’s summary of federal court decisions, which appears sort of weekly on the Volokh Report: Suppose a La Plata, Md. public school teacher compelled a Christian student to write part of the Shahada: “There is … Continue reading

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Contemplating plastic surgery?

I often do, usually as a reaction to seeing pics of celebrities in the absurdist gossip magazine in my doctor’s office. And as I do, I mutter, “That’s not what age 51 looks like; that’s what age 51 looks like … Continue reading

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Awful story eventually landing in federal court

I knew there was a reason (that could be a pun but never mind) I look at the Volokh Conspiracy/Report blog every day. Two reasons, actually. One, because it’s written by “libertarian” lawyers and no way do I  trash “libertarian” … Continue reading

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