Can the House Sue the President (More Seriously this Time)?

I can accept, as an original matter, the general proposition that the “Case or Controversy” language means at minimum that everyone can’t sue everyone for everything. How modern standing law derives its particular intricacies from this basic proposition is a mystery to me. But that doesn’t matter in this case, which seems fundamentally about an abstract injury common to everyone.

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New Jersey vs DC on Sports Betting

In predictable fashion, the black robed oligarchs known as the United States Supreme Court will not hear New Jersey’s appeal of the federal ban on sports betting.  The decision by the Supreme Court last month not to hear the case essentially lets past appeals court decisions stand.  The state legislature has already taken actions to bypass the courts and move forward with legalizing sports betting anyway.

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Interview: Michael Boldin talks Nullification, NSA and Coalition Building on Tom Woods Radio

Yesterday, TAC founder Michael Boldin returned to the Tom Woods show for another #TentherTuesday interview.  Tom and Michael discussed the recent State of the Nullification Movement Report just released by the TAC, coalition-building with groups across the political spectrum, power-loving media “reporters,” and the #NullifyNSA campaign.