The Supreme Court’s final day of a consequential term ended no less consequentially. Legal scholar Adam White joins the podcast once again to break down the Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency and its sweeping implications for the administrative state.

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  1. Stephen Richter Member
    Stephen Richter
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    A great way for republicans to collectively run for Congress is to pledge to revisit and clarify legislation such as the clean water act.  Anything where the supreme court has issued a mixed decision on interpreting the meaning of legislation passed by Congress – would be great for a republican Congress to update the legislation to clarify what the law applies to.

     

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  2. Stephen Richter Member
    Stephen Richter
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    the most  important republican in the country has been attending to his family lately.  Very encouraging.
    https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1543050489050402816

     

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  3. filmklassik Member
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    Just taking a moment now to repeat what I said a few days ago:  That I am thrilled Christine is back at the microphone.  The podcast team as it is presently constituted – – with John, Abe, Noah, and Christine – – isn’t merely good, it’s perfect, so why tamper with a winning formula?  (I mean, does anybody miss New Coke?  Of course not!)

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  4. Stephen Richter Member
    Stephen Richter
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    filmklassik (View Comment):

    Just taking a moment now to repeat what I said a few days ago: That I am thrilled Christine is back at the microphone. The podcast team as it is presently constituted – – with John, Abe, Noah, and Christine – – isn’t merely good, it’s perfect, so why tamper with a winning formula? (I mean, does anybody miss New Coke? Of course not!)

    the podcast is very good, but far from perfect.   They represent republican policy professionals.  But little effort is made to  make policy interesting or important to regular voters.   Where is the discussion of the constitutional right to protest? People no longer attend protest rallies, out of fear of Antifa violence or Federal imprisonment.

     

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