Tag Archives: Volokh Report

Evidence that South Carolina has achieved a post-racist-douchebag society

Found this in John Ross’s Circuit Court review in the Volokh Report (although this is a state court case): High school football players in Charleston, S.C. have an “innocent ritual” in which they make monkey noises while smashing a watermelon … Continue reading

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Today’s laughs from the federal appellate courts

Laughs, you say? Yes. With credit to John Ross, who covers the federal court circuits on the Volokh Report. Also under the category How Dumb Can People Be? A cautionary tale, courtesy of the Seventh Circuit: After stealing 15 handguns … Continue reading

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America’s (and Trump’s) war on women

From John Ross’s summaries of circuit court actions, posted on the Volokh Report: Baltimore man assaults his wife, self-surrenders to police officer that he knows. But the man’s arrest warrant goes missing under suspicious circumstances, and he is permitted to … Continue reading

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