Monthly Archives: December 2012

Piers Morgan and the First Amendment

By Jonathan Peters Follow me @jonathanwpeters on Twitter. I have no idea if it’s ironic to have 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife (I mean, why have so many spoons in the first place?), but I do know it’s ironic to exercise your First Amendment rights in order to deport a man for exercising his First…

Saving Antitrust from Bork’s Influence

By Anthony Kammer Dylan Matthews posted a fascinating interview with law professor Barak Orbach yesterday, which goes a long way toward explaining the current, withered state of antitrust law. Robert Bork, more than any other individual, is responsible for the transformation of anti-trust law from one of the most important checks against consolidated economic and political power…

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