Posted by Brad @ 1:03 pm on June 26th 2014

Quote of the Day

“The majority justifies those atextual results on an adverse-possession theory of executive authority: Presidents have long claimed the powers in question, and the Senate has not disputed those claims with sufficient vigor, so the Court should not “upset the compromises and working arrangements that the elected branches of Government them­selves have reached.”

Justice Scalia

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  1. It was pretty good, I think. Obviously we can have the court upsetting the apple cart all the time, but if they haven’t really been asked about it before then that fact shouldn’t mean that the court can’t rule on it.

    Comment by Adam — 6/28/2014 @ 8:11 am

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