Archive for May, 2012

The Constitution — What Does it Mean?

Monday, May 14th, 2012

As we get closer to the end of the June and the Supreme Court’s decision on Congress’ power to force you to buy health insurance, we will see more attention focused on how the Supreme Court ought to interpret the Constitution. Here is a great example from Tim Sandefur over at Pacific Legal Foundation.

New Directions

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Blogging has been nonexistent the past few years — I have accepted a teaching position at Chapman University School of Law, leading the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic. Through the clinic I have been very active in filing briefs at the United States Supreme Court working to convince the Court that it should use the original public meaning of the Constitution as its interpretative guide. As I have time, I will update the blog with notes about the cases and about the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence — the nonprofit that sponsors the clinic.