Sasse insists that the Left-Right chasm these days is simply a matter of free-floating anxiety generated by economic disruption and click-seeking media.
What could be worse than attributing a crime to John Marshall and his brother? Justifying it, which is in effect what this biographer does.
Liberty Law Forum
Only a new Administrative Judiciary can tame the regulatory state and vindicate the rights of citizens when they get pushed around by a government agency.
Michael Greve's solution sounds pretty good but let’s get a better definition of the problem first.
Could executive branch agencies be turned into helpful adjuncts to federal courts without usurping judicial power? Yes they could.
Michael Greve is right, it’s time to address the serious infirmities that afflict agency adjudication — but my reform proposal is better.
I am willing to gamble that a new Administrative Judiciary would, over time, develop a sensible, rights-centered body of law.