Crony capitalism takes a number of forms: protectionist regulation, tax incremental financing and unalloyed handouts. It is almost always a mistake.Read More
Evers made a choice. He decided not to go after a teacher who had viewed pornographic images on his computer, shared them with at least one other teacher and who was alleged to have made sexual remarks about middle school students. His claim that he had no choice is wrong. Here’s why.Read More
When schools are beset with crime, it is the teaching staff and the overwhelming majority of law abiding kids who just want to learn who will suffer.Read More
Tax incremental financing might seem to be a dry and technical subject. The details are real green-eyeshade stuff. But their impact on the political process teaches us a tantalizing lesson: Tax incremental financing is an occasion of sin.Read More
Judge Dallet’s emphasis on political values is instructive. A major part of the progressive legal project has been to argue that the law can advance a left-of-center political vision.Read More
A brief that compares Marquette University to other private institutions in Milwaukee would be comparing apples to oranges.Read More
We want someone who believes that there is a strike zone and, as difficult as calling balls and strikes may be, that’s all he’s there to do.Read More
It would have been wiser for the panel to stay its decision until its novel theory has been ruled on by the US Supreme Court.Read More
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