David Post is currently an Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute, and was previously a professor at Beasley School of Law at Temple University.
Latest from David Post
January 6 was a very, very bad day for Donald Trump (but not necessarily for the rest of the country)
The Texas AG's outlandish claims about the statistical unlikelihood of Biden's victory
Those of you who dislike the Electoral College should find this idea of interest
An 8th Circuit panel makes a hash out of the interpretation of the fractured opinions in SCOTUS' recent June Medical decision
The answer may surprise you.
The Court could have, and probably should have, pushed these cases over to the 2020-21 Term
It is unconstitutional, the 11th Circuit holds, for Florida to deny voting rights to ex-felons solely because they have outstanding fines or fees. to vote And yes, "re-disenfranchise" is a real word.
It is the crowning achievement of Professor Dershowitz' long career. Not in a good way.
A recently-filed cert petition gives the Court a good opportunity to rule on the constitutional role of presidential electors
Can a State Investigate Alleged Criminal Wrongdoing Involving a Sitting President?
What if we actually took what Trump said seriously? As though he were, say, the President of the United States?
Led Zeppelin may have borrowed from the band "Spirit" in creating the well-known intro to their classic hit, but did they infringe anyone's copyright in doing so?
Can the "the" - not to be confused with the band "The The" - be protected by trademark?
The DOJ's attempt to introduce an entirely new team of lawyers to work on the citizenship question case is rejected - correctly - by the SDNY.
A wonderful bio of perhaps the most influential American whose name most people don't know
What happened to Congress?
Q: Can the federal government hold people in custody indefinitely when they have not been charged with, or convicted of, any crime?