In response to my recent list of the "Top 10 Libertarian Supreme Court Decisions," South Texas College of Law professor Josh Blackman created a handy info-graphic breaking the list down under the overlapping headings of Liberal, Conservative, and Libertarian. "Libertarians find allies where they can," he writes. Check it out below.
I don't agree with his placement of every case, but on the whole it's an interesting way to think about the big picture. And I certainly don't disagree with Blackman on this observation: "Often, libertarians are torn between liberals and conservatives, and sometimes can feel comfortable with neither."