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

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“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. You can subscribe to¬†Thoughts […]

How Baseball Can Help Us Interpret the Constitution

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Did you know that there is a general rule of thumb in baseball that will help you understand whether the federal government can constitutionally exercise a certain power, even in in the most legally complex situations? In a baseball game, a tie always goes to the runner. If the baseman catches the ball at the […]