Anyone who's read this site for any length of time knows that, though we don't run a law blog, we talk about the topic an awful lot. And we're big fans of the Blawg Review, or the weekly Carnival of Law Bloggers as it's known to people who hate the term "Blawg". So it's proper […]
Blawg Review is a weekly "blog carnival," a round-up of links to recent posts from different weblogs on legal topics. Often the review itself is organized around a theme, though it need not be. We were honored with an invitation to host such a review this year. Our effort, commemorating the life of Joshua Norton, […]
When we're told we must condone the intolerable. Joel Rosenberg at Windypundit has what we can already proclaim the week's must-read blogpost and one of the best Blawg Reviews of the year: a special celebration of the United Nations International Day of Tolerance.
Welcome to Blawg Review 233. Everybody understands Mickey Mouse. Few understand Hermann Hesse. Hardly anyone understands Albert Einstein. And nobody understands Emperor Norton. — Malaclypse the Younger. Today marks the 150th anniversary of one of the greatest political and legal declarations in American history: the October 12, 1859 decree by Joshua Norton I, Emperor of […]