This week the Court heard oral arguments in a case challenging a January 6th prosecution, had a spirited debate about nationwide injunctions, and issued major opinions on property rights and employment discrimination. Your hosts discuss all those developments, and then GianCarlo interviews Professor Andre Archie about his fascinating new book The Virtue of Color-Blindness, which defends color-blindness with the ideas of the great Greek philosophers. Lastly, Zack quizzes GianCarlo about veterans litigating in the Court.


You can find GianCarlo’s review of Archie’s book here, and you can find his analysis of the Muldrow decision here.


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