It’s hard to believe that only one Supreme Court justice (who wasn’t previously President) has ever been on a government-issued coin.
I’ve talked about the coins I didn’t buy at the ANA World’s Fair of Money. So what about the ones I did buy?
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Arkansas Centennial Half Dollar (Joe Robinson Version): A Forgettable Coin for a Forgotten Senate Giant
When we think powerful Senate Majority Leaders, it’s usually Lyndon Johnson, Robert Taft, Mitch McConnell or Harry Reid. Why not Joe Robinson?
In light of Ted Cruz’s threat to shut down the government if Obamacare isn’t repealed, I figured I’d post the article I wrote in …
This was originally going to run in the October issue of The American Lawyer, but it got killed for reasons unknown. I liked the …
Also from ABA Journal: an image gallery (complete with factoids) about several major themes in Nixon in New York.
For something that comes around once a decade (unless you’re in Texas), it’s no surprise that redistricting generates a ton of litigation.