Category: The Law

The Net Neutrality “Victory”

It’s not that I don’t think Net Neutrality is important. It’s just that I can’t be energized by every issue under the Sun. Discussing broadband throttling rates is less interesting to me than discussing macramé. So, I can’t take even…

Libertarians Prefer Clarence Thomas

In the January/February issue of the Washington Monthly, attorney Michael O’Donnell has a piece on the differences between judicial conservatives and libertarians. It’s part of a review of two new books on the Supreme Court: Overruled: The Long War for…

For Corporate Law, “The Public Be Damned”

I love a good story and Kent Greenfield’s sidebar in the January/February issue of the Washington Monthly provides one. “The public be damned,” railroad magnate William Henry Vanderbilt snorted at a reporter in 1882. The impertinent scribe had asked whether…