Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Federalism & Separation of Powers (through Mar 28)

Government: Is it Ever Big Enough? by William Voegli, Prager University

And from Seth Barrett Tillman:

Part II: The Appointments Clause Imposes No Duty on the President To Nominate Supreme Court Justices, Other Article III Judges, and/or Executive Branch Officers. The Appointments Clause Imposes No Duty on the Senate To Confirm Candidates. By Seth Barrett Tillman, The New Reform Club

(The quote from Dean Chemerinsky can be found here)

Letter to The Boston Globe's Letters Editor: Responding to Dean Martha Minow (Harvard) and Dean Deanell Tacha (Pepperdine), by Seth Barrett Tillman, The New Reform Club

(The Office of Legal Counsel opinion can be found here)

The Two Discourses: How Non-Originalists Popularize Originalism and What that Means, by Seth Barrett Tillman, The New Reform Club