Well, this has been a nice run. About exactly one year, 100 posts, and a little over 27,000 page visits. This seems like an appropriate time to say good bye to this puppy. Bye bye, puppy. If you’re curious about what I’m up to, check out my permanent personal website. Thanks for visiting, Jay
The opinion is here.
I’m happy to say that BookTV has announced its first set (maybe only set) of showings of my Brookline Booksmith Odd Clauses reading/discussion event. It will air on Sunday, January 22, at 3 pm and 8:15 pm, and then if you are an insomniac, at 1 in the morning on Monday. Details are here. So make sure to tune in and watch me sweat like Richard Nixon!
over at the blog of the American Constitution Society, here
Obama Does Not Make Rooseveltesque Intersession Recess Appointment, but is Still Under Pressure to Make Recess Appointment of Cordray
Details here. Hopefully I’ll have some commentary up about whether he can/should do this soon.
Hello, and happy new year from all your friends at Odd Clauses Headquarters. As the new year begins, here’s a pretty detailed and nice piece about the Cordray recess appointment controversy from the Columbus Examiner.
The review, which is pretty good, is here. Holding used to work as a producer for the law and justice unit at ABC News and as a senior editor for Time.
up over at a site called PhiloBiblos–the reviewer recommends the book to “anyone interested in a quirky overview of American constitutionalism,” which really is, let’s face it, everybody, right?