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Adventures in Pointless Gestures: French Hill’s “Refusal” of Pay

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French Hill is asking that his pay be withheld during the shutdown. The Constitution says he can't do that.

Jason Rapert: STILL Not A Constitutional Scholar (But We Knew That Already)

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Jason Rapert took time out of his proselytizing to explain why his crumbled monument was constitutional. He was wrong.

Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air

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Cliched as it might be to choose this one, my all-time favorite Shakespearean soliloquy is from Act V of MacBeth, where the title character...

ABC, As Easy As 1-2-3 (Or 90% of $900K)

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When I wrote the first post about Rep. Justin Harris and his daycare, Growing God's Kingdom ("GGK"), I purposefully kept the post focused entirely...

This Week In Facepalm: Reps. Edwards, Steel, and Vines

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Lost in the drama of the Democrat co-sponsors trying to have their names removed from unconstitutional HB 1002 last week was an accounting of...

Forget The Numbers, Or Why HB 1002 Violates The Dormant Commerce Clause

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In what should come as no surprise to anyone who has read BHR for more than about two days, my legal background tends to...