Blogging (2015-present)

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“The Circuitous Path of Papa and Ezra,” The Literary Lawyer, May 24, 2017. Originally appeared here in The American Conservative.

“The Challenge Facing Law Schools,” The Literary Lawyer, May 10, 2017.

“Civics Education and the Blackstone & Burke Center for Law & Liberty,” The Literary Lawyer, April 26, 2017.

“Love and the Law Professors,” The Literary Lawyer, March 30, 2017.  Originally appeared here in The University Bookman.

“Donald Trump the Cowboy,” The Literary Lawyer, March 22, 2017. Originally appeared here in The Daily Caller.

“Mens Rea and the Common Law,” The Literary Lawyer, March 15, 2017.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Paul Goldstein About His Latest Novel, Legal Asylum,” The Literary Lawyer, March 1, 2017.

“Why law schools should be transparent about their problems and prospective law students should exercise due diligence before they matriculate at law schools,” The Literary Lawyer, February 22, 2017. 

“The American Nietzsche? Fate and Power in Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.’s Pragmatism,” The Literary Lawyer, February 15, 2017.

“Our Real Constitution—And What Happened to It,” The Literary Lawyer, January 25, 2017.  Originally appeared here in The University Bookman.

“Richard Posner is a Monster,” The Literary Lawyer, January 11, 2017.  Originally appeared here in Los Angeles Review of Books.

“Seth Vannatta on Conservatism and Pragmatism in Law, Politics, and Ethics,” The Literary Lawyer, December 28, 2016.

“Review of The Final Days of American Shopping, by Gilbert Allen,” The Literary Lawyer, November 30, 2016.  Originally appeared here in Southern Literary Review.

“Part Three: Allen Mendenhall Interviews Mark Zunac about his new edition,” Literature and the Conservative Ideal,” November 23, 2016.

“Part Two: Allen Mendenhall Interviews Mark Zunac about his new edition, Literature and the Conservative Ideal,” November 16, 2016.

“Part One: Allen Mendenhall Interviews Mark Zunac about his new edition, Literature and the Conservative Ideal,” November 9, 2016.

“Ideas Make Us Rich,” Mises Wire, October 28, 2016. 

“Deidre McCloskey and the Enrichment of the World,” The Literary Lawyer, October 26, 2016.

“The Unmeaning of Unmeaning,” The Literary Lawyer, October 19, 2016.  Originally appeared here in Chronicles.

“The Antiwar Tradition in American Letters,” The Literary Lawyer, October 12, 2016.  Originally appeared here in Antiwar.com.

“The Problem With Socialism,” The Literary Lawyer, September 28, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The Daily Caller.

“Just for the Summer,” The Literary Lawyer, September 14, 2016.

“A Brief Conversion Narrative,” The Literary Lawyer, September 7, 2016.

“The Trial Scene in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice,” The Literary Lawyer, August 31, 2016.

“Socialism: The World’s Greatest Generator of Poverty,” Mises Wire, August 19, 2016.

“How Unelected Bureaucrats Became Liberty’s Nemesis,” The Literary Lawyer, August 17, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The Federalist.

“Make America Mobile Again,” The Literary Lawyer, August 10, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The American Spectator.

“The Inside War,” The Abbeville Blog, August 5, 2016.

“The Conservative Mindset,” The Literary Lawyer, July 20, 2016.  Originally appeared here in Los Angeles Review of Books.

“The Sad Career of Justice Stephen Breyer,” The Literary Lawyer, May 5, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The Imaginative Conservative.

“Judges and Dons,” The Literary Lawyer, April 27, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The University Bookman.

“Varieties of Emersonian Pragmatism: Synthesis in Justice Holmes,” The Literary Lawyer, April 20, 2016.

“Bond and Bonding in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice,” The Literary Lawyer, April 6, 2016.

“The Moral Case for Property Rights,” The Literary Lawyer, March 9, 2016.  Originally appeared here in The Library of Law and Liberty.

“What is a Condominium?” The Literary Lawyer, February 17, 2016.

“Attuned to the Daimon,” The Literary Lawyer, January 27, 2016. Originally appeared here in The Library of Law and Liberty.

“El negocio sucio de la recogida pública de basuras,” The Literary Lawyer, January 13, 2016.

“Adiós, Richard Posner,” The Literary Lawyer, December 23, 2015.

“The Dirty Business of Government Trash Collection,” The Literary Lawyer, November 25, 2015. Originally appeared here at Mises Daily.

“John William Corrington: A Different Kind of Conservative,” The Literary Lawyer, November 18, 2015.

“Balance and Imbalance in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India,” The Literary Lawyer, November 11, 2015.

“Was Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. a Conservative?” The Literary Lawyer, November 4, 2015.

“John William Corrington and Southern Conservatism,” The Abbeville Blog, October 29, 2015.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Joyce Corrington,” The Literary Lawyer, October 28, 2015.

“Atticus Finch: Still a Hero?” The Literary Lawyer, October 21, 2015.

“1881: The Year Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Adapted Emerson to the Post-War Intellectual Climate,” The Literary Lawyer, October 14, 2015.

“Learning What We Don’t Know,” The Literary Lawyer, September 9, 2015.  Originally appeared here in The University Bookman.

“The Dissents of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.,” The Literary Lawyer, September 2, 2015.

“The Majority Opinions of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.,” The Literary Lawyer, August 26, 2015.

“Boswell Gets His Due,” The Literary Lawyer, August 19, 2015.  Originally appeared here in Liberty.

“Harold Bloom’s American Sublime,” The Literary Lawyer, August 12, 2015. Originally appeared here in The American Conservative.

“Harold Bloom’s American Sublime,” Letter & Spirit: Literature and Justice for All, August 3, 2015. Originally appeared here in The American Conservative.

“Interview with Hubert Crouch,” The Literary Lawyer, July 29, 2015. Originally appeared here in Southern Literary Review.

“Review of Adam Zamoyski’s Phantom Terror,” The Literary Lawyer, July 22, 2015. Originally appeared here in Taki’s Magazine.

“Boswell Gets His Due,” Letter &  Spirit: Literature and Justice for All (Liberty.me), July 7, 2015.

Review of A Late Encounter With the Civil War, by Michael Kreyling,” The Literary Lawyer, July 1, 2015. Originally appeared here in Southern Literary Review.

 

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