It’s a sure sign of spring when the boys of Law Talk take a break from their august duties to make their annual major league baseball predictions (BREAKING: Yoo predicts the Phillies will win it all). After that, it’s back to the legal analysis as this week, the professors and Troy Senik take a detailed look at gay marriage and the U.N. treaty on arms trade. 

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  1. Contributor

    Greatest. Photo. Ever.

    • #1
    • April 6, 2013 at 6:19 am
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  2. Listener

    I’d love to see John Yoo take over an ailing farm system. For example, an underperforming prospect sent down to the new low-A affiliate at Gitmo would become highly motivated.

    • #2
    • April 6, 2013 at 6:40 am
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  3. Member

    The Phillies, John? Really?

    I will grant you this, though – I am rooting for Doc to get as many wins as possible in 2013. But the division is going to the Nats, as it should! :)

    • #3
    • April 6, 2013 at 8:48 am
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  4. Member

    I’m with Ryan. The Phillies? Yoo’ve got to be kidding.

    • #4
    • April 7, 2013 at 9:53 am
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  5. Inactive

    Question for Richard/John: When the Supremes dictate the marriage set up, will that be only regarding civil marriage at the courthouse? Or will they force religious organizations to participate… And then, if they can make religious organizations do this and that (e.g., morning after pills), what is the limit going forward on their power to have govt religious dictates? I mean, like Hobby Lobby… they would have to go out of business if their religious practices don’t match the Supreme Court’s (or Obamacare’s) pronouncements? Because “ruling” on these things from an unelected position on high basically just deletes the Constitution’s process altogether?

    • #5
    • April 7, 2013 at 10:11 am
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  6. Member

    Note that the Hopeless Twinkies are a week into the season, and are not yet below .500. One more year when we will avoid 100 losses!

    • #6
    • April 8, 2013 at 6:38 am
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