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It’s graduation season in the faculty lounge, but Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are still hard at work. In this month’s installment: What does the Durham report say about the future of the FBI? Should Daniel Penny stand trial for the headlock that ended Jordan Neely’s life? What explains the bizarre alliances behind the Supreme Court’s decision to let California control how the nation’s pigs are raised? And can Baltimore really sue automakers for making cars too easy to steal? Plus Epstein visits South America, Yoo ruins a graduation ceremony, and Senik gracelessly declines into middle age.
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Happy belated birthday, @troysenik!
There I stood my clicker clicking beating with my ticker’s ticking
In the parking lot receding with no sound of engine’s roar
Vainly I had hoped for safety; that elected leaders shady
Would protect the voter’s int’rests at his hearth and on his door
Would secure my joy-rid Kia from the Streets of Baltimore
Quietly professors mustered argued that the lawyers blustered
That such nuisance doctrine found no home in tome of lore
That their protestations lurid were their guilt by guile obscured
Said the rib-addicted Roxie to Peru-betassled bore
On the lawsuit pending o’er the streets of Baltimore
(With apologies to the professors, of course.)
Quote the Raven never more.