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The “Erie” Way Judges Became Lawmakers

The “Erie” Way Judges Became Lawmakers

Take a good look. This is comprehensive: As I’ve covered before, the Constitution does not grant the judiciary any lawmaking authority, and that includes the ability to overturn a law or declare one void — no matter how unconstitutional. In Federalist 78,...
Social Media Regulation | The Proving Ground Ep. 3

Social Media Regulation | The Proving Ground Ep. 3

Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and other tech giants are operating somewhere between the space of a platform and a publisher, censoring some viewpoints and favoring others. Should the government step in to protect speech, or should we let the free market run its course?...
The Electoral College | The Proving Ground Ep. 2

The Electoral College | The Proving Ground Ep. 2

Jacob and Richie dissect the best and worst arguments surrounding the infamous Electoral College. The president-elect has only lost the popular vote five times in 230 years, but two of those have been in the last 20 years. Keep it, abolish it, or reform it? You...
Abortion | The Proving Ground Ep. 1

Abortion | The Proving Ground Ep. 1

In the first episode of The Proving Ground, Jacob and Richie dissect the best and worst arguments on each side of the abortion debate. Who do you think is right? We won’t tell you what to think, just how to argue for it better. Show Notes:...