Well Dressed

The newest installment of Law Talk sees debate brewing in the faculty lounge as Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo find themselves on the opposite side of several issues. On the agenda: Did Michael Cohen’s testimony change anything about the case against Trump? Can the president’s emergency measures to build a border wall stand up in court? Does the Supreme Court’s blow against civil asset forfeiture actually represent a constitutional error? And is a group of states about to take down the electoral college?

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There are 7 comments.

  1. Texmoor Coolidge

    Troy shouldn’t be embarrassed to wear boots. It’s the norm to wear cowboy boots to formal occasions down here in Texas. His old boss did it all the time. 🤠

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    • February 28, 2019, at 8:51 AM PDT
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  2. danok1 Member

    Good discussions. One question I hoped would be addressed, but wasn’t, is since Congress retained the power to end a president’s national emergency declaration, would SCOTUS be tempted to punt the issue back to Congress. The Court could reasonably say that’s where the decision should be made. If Congress won’t terminate the NatEm, it’s not SCOTUS’s place to do so.

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    • February 28, 2019, at 10:51 AM PDT
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  3. Troy Senik Contributor

    Texmoor (View Comment):

    Troy shouldn’t be embarrassed to wear boots. It’s the norm to wear cowboy boots to formal occasions down here in Texas. His old boss did it all the time. 🤠

    Not embarrassed! I have a couple pairs of Luccheses that I break out regularly in NYC or CT just to remind everyone that I’m refusing to assimilate. The footwear John took exception to were Chelsea boots.

    I leave it to listeners to decide whether this ensemble brings Kenny Rogers to mind:

     

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    • February 28, 2019, at 10:57 AM PDT
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  4. Taras Coolidge

    Troy Senik (View Comment):

    Texmoor (View Comment):

    Troy shouldn’t be embarrassed to wear boots. It’s the norm to wear cowboy boots to formal occasions down here in Texas. His old boss did it all the time. 🤠

    Not embarrassed! I have a couple pairs of Luccheses that I break out regularly in NYC or CT just to remind everyone that I’m refusing to assimilate. The footwear John took exception to were Chelsea boots.

    I leave it to listeners to decide whether this ensemble brings Kenny Rogers to mind:

     

    “The Gambler” is an apt name for Donald Trump.

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    • February 28, 2019, at 12:12 PM PDT
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  5. Chris Campion Coolidge

    Troy Senik (View Comment):

    Texmoor (View Comment):

    Troy shouldn’t be embarrassed to wear boots. It’s the norm to wear cowboy boots to formal occasions down here in Texas. His old boss did it all the time. 🤠

    Not embarrassed! I have a couple pairs of Luccheses that I break out regularly in NYC or CT just to remind everyone that I’m refusing to assimilate. The footwear John took exception to were Chelsea boots.

    I leave it to listeners to decide whether this ensemble brings Kenny Rogers to mind:

     

    You stole her boots? Dude!

    See the source image

     

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    • March 1, 2019, at 3:24 AM PDT
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  6. Troy Senik Contributor

    Chris Campion (View Comment):

    The footwear John took exception to were Chelsea boots.

     

    You stole her boots? Dude!

    See the source image

    Well John didn’t ruin them for me, but you sure as hell did.

     

     

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    • March 1, 2019, at 10:43 AM PDT
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  7. The Unreasonable Man Thatcher

    Another tour-de-force as John relentlessly provokes brilliant remarks from Richard, while Troy basks in glory of last episodes discussion of Shamrock Shakes and McRibs.

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    • March 6, 2019, at 8:03 PM PDT
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