David Barron

Convictions
July 2 2008 11:37 AMM-Box/C-Box and the Old Logic vs. Experience Chestnut
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June 28 2008 1:26 AMRoe, Heller, Politics, and Jack
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June 20 2008 10:35 AMSuper-Duper Exclusive!
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June 12 2008 3:35 PMThe President Reacts
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June 10 2008 1:45 PMMore on the Times FISA Story
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June 2 2008 7:53 PMThe Guantanamo Cases—Suppose the Court Gives Congress Advice ...
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May 23 2008 9:15 PMWho Says Legislation Threatens Property Rights ...
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April 28 2008 6:51 PMMost Intriguing Author Line Ever
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April 15 2008 3:22 PMWorld Warms, EPA Chills
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April 1 2008 2:47 PMRadicals in Robes? Check Out This Opinion on Whether Illegal Immigrants Can Sue
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March 28 2008 10:55 AMEric's Surprising Argument for Why Bush Acted Irresponsibly in the FISA Case
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March 26 2008 2:12 PMWhat’s in a Name? Medellin and the Many Meanings of "Binding"
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March 20 2008 9:43 AMBinary Executive—Take II
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March 17 2008 3:02 PMThe Binary Executive?
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July 1 2008 10:37 AMRoe and Heller and the Limits of Partisan Entrenchment
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June 27 2008 4:54 PMOf Heller, Roe, and Politics
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June 13 2008 5:54 PMMcCain Reacts ...
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June 12 2008 11:35 AMFirst Thoughts on Boumediene
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June 6 2008 4:43 PMEnough With Superdelegates, What About the Electoral College
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May 23 2008 9:22 PMBeating a Dead Horse With a New Stick—Once More on Wiretapping
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May 6 2008 10:49 AMMcCain Speech on Judges
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April 28 2008 6:13 PMVoter ID: Nobody Knows Nothing, and That Might Be Good
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April 9 2008 9:46 AMThe Joke That Is Home Rule: A New York Story
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March 30 2008 11:51 AMAnd Now for Something Completely Different -- Inclusionary Zoning
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March 27 2008 5:54 PMThere May Be Hard Cases But. . . . the FISA Story Isn't One of Them
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March 20 2008 9:56 AMHeller, Casey, and Party Politics
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March 17 2008 3:05 PMBinary Executive Redux

TODAY IN SLATE

Jurisprudence

Scalia’s Liberal Streak

The conservative justice’s most brilliant—and surprisingly progressive—moments on the bench.

Colorado Is Ground Zero for the Fight Over Female Voters

There’s a Way to Keep Ex-Cons Out of Prison That Pays for Itself. Why Don’t More States Use It?

The NFL Explains How It Sees “the Role of the Female”

The Music Industry Is Ignoring Some of the Best Black Women Singing R&B

Culturebox

Theo’s Joint and Vanessa’s Whiskey

No sitcom did the “Very Special Episode” as well as The Cosby Show.

Television

The Other Huxtable Effect

Thirty years ago, The Cosby Show gave us one of TV’s great feminists.

Cliff Huxtable Explains the World: Five Lessons From TV’s Greatest Dad

Why Television Needs a New Cosby Show Right Now

  News & Politics
Weigel
Sept. 18 2014 8:20 PM A Clever Attempt at Explaining Away a Vote Against the Farm Bill
  Business
Moneybox
Sept. 18 2014 6:02 PM A Chinese Company Just Announced the Biggest IPO in U.S. History
  Life
The Slate Quiz
Sept. 18 2014 11:44 PM Play the Slate News Quiz With Jeopardy! superchampion Ken Jennings.
  Double X
Doublex
Sept. 18 2014 8:07 PM Crying Rape False rape accusations exist, and they are a serious problem.
  Slate Plus
Behind the Scenes
Sept. 18 2014 1:23 PM “It’s Not Every Day That You Can Beat the World Champion” An exclusive interview with chess grandmaster Fabiano Caruana.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 18 2014 4:33 PM The Top 5 Dadsplaining Moments From The Cosby Show
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 18 2014 6:48 PM By 2100 the World's Population Could Be 11 Billion
  Health & Science
Science
Sept. 18 2014 3:35 PM Do People Still Die of Rabies? And how do you know if an animal is rabid?
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.