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6 Sep 2023, 9:01 pm by Neil H. Buchanan
After the 2016 election, mainstream news organizations like The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and many others engaged in what at first seemed to be a healthy collective reassessment of how they had covered the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. [read post]
30 Aug 2023, 9:01 pm by Neil H. Buchanan
Over the last few years, more and more people have been thinking that perhaps the American experiment in pluralist constitutionalism and the rule of law is on the verge of failure. [read post]
16 Aug 2023, 9:01 pm by Neil H. Buchanan
Why would anyone voluntarily leave a fulfilling, stable, important job? [read post]
12 Jul 2023, 6:37 am by Neil H. Buchanan
  Joking that I must be talking about some other Neil Buchanan, I provided a link to a website with information about a different Neil Buchanan (not just a different Neil Buchanan but another Neil H. [read post]
6 Jun 2023, 9:01 pm by Neil H. Buchanan and Michael C. Dorf
In short order over the last two weeks, the latest debt ceiling crisis was defused, the date of the next crisis was all but set in stone, and the political class quickly moved on to “previously scheduled programming”—that is, to the many ongoing crises that the debt ceiling standoff had pushed off the front pages for more than a month.Hindsight bias may leave the impression that this result was foreordained, but it was not. [read post]
31 May 2023, 2:01 pm by Guest Author
Previously arcane arguments over the constitutionality of the public debt limit now make headlines.[1]  At the same time, debate swirls around whether the President of the United States has the constitutional authority, resting on Section Four of the 14thamendment, to ignore the debt limit. [read post]
22 May 2023, 9:01 pm by Neil H. Buchanan
” Even the most committed textualist should find that laughable.To be fair, Klein frames that discussion as a matter of asking what three arch-conservative Supreme Court justices—John Roberts, Brett Kavanaugh, and Neil Gorsuch—might be convinced to endorse, and he notes later in the essay that this Supreme Court has shown us that once-nutty arguments are no longer off the table.Even so, when Klein turns his attention to the second argument, this is his transition sentence:… [read post]