Tag Archives: U.S. Supreme Court

Marriage Equality and No Fault Divorce – how do you rank them?

[Updated from the archives.] I read a thought-provoking question on another blog: Would anyone agree that there is a difference between a) baking a cake you know is for a gay couple b) baking a cake you know is for … Continue reading

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When Nazis Were Judges

Judges, even the best of judges, sometimes make the wrong decisions. And then there are courts where the wrong decision is unavoidable because wrong decisions are part of the process. In Law, Justice, and the Holocaust (2009, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum), … Continue reading

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How to Make the Right Call Every Time

[From the archives.] “Tony Scalia, here!” That’s what I heard on the other end of the line, coming to me from across the continent. Let me back up. You can guess that I appreciate good writing. I appreciate it when … Continue reading

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