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

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)


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

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)

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

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

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