Jonathan H. Adler

Case Western Reserve University

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Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law; contributing editor to the National Review and regular contributor to the legal blog, The Volokh Conspiracy

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Sometimes, as President Trump recently found out, they really are laughing at you behind your back. But does that matter?

Laughed out of Europe

Sometimes, as President Trump recently found out, they really are laughing at you behind your back. But does that matter?

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At yesterday’s opening session, the US Supreme Court declined to take up cases involving same-sex marriage. Was that a surprise—or not?

The Supreme Court’s New Term

At yesterday’s opening session, the US Supreme Court declined to take up cases involving same-sex marriage. Was that a surprise—or not?

from To the Point

As the  US Supreme Court  recessed this week until next October,  John Roberts  completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

The Supreme Court: Big Business and the First Amendment

As the US Supreme Court recessed this week until next October, John Roberts completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.

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