Baseball, The Constitution and a Lawyer You Can Trust: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #108

“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom”


Last week, I warned you about trusting lawyers to explain the Constitution. On this week’s episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I’m going to make an exception to that general advice. I’m also going to explain what a baseball rule can teach us about constitutional interpretation.

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If You Want to Know the Constitution Don’t Call a Lawyer: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #107

Constitutional Interpretation – Living and Breathing is Dead

St. George Tucker, View of the Constitution of the United States with Selected Writings

“The powers delegated to the federal government, are, in all cases, to receive the most strict construction that the instrument will bear, where the rights of a state or of the people, either collectively or individually, may be drawn in question.” – St. George Tucker

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