Friday, December 9th, 2016

Mike Mathias attempts to correct what he perceives as the Right’s misperceptions about so-called peace activists. Esenberg’s arguments pushes the same tired canard that peace activists simply don’t understand how dangerous the world is. This argument is very difficult to understand, particularly when one considers that groups like Peace Action were substantially correct about whether […]

According to CNN, Senator Hillary Clinton will drop out of the race for president on Friday. Is Chris Mortensen now working for CNN? Because this is beginning to sound a lot like Favre retiring/not retiring. Just food for thought: Supreme Court Justice Hillary Clinton. (I just gave Rick Esenberg nightmares.) Print this entry

Rick Esenberg, Marquette Professor and a favorite legal mind, took a moment in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel yesterday to look at the pitfalls of not electing judges. Some scholars argue that appointed judges are more likely to adopt expansive notions of the role of the judiciary. Judges who need not answer to the voters may […]

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Rick Esenberg is not endorsing anyone in the state supreme court race. The Federalist Society asked Esenberg to prepare a couple of papers concerning the Wisconsin State Supreme Court. As a law professor, a blogger, and a working lawyer, Esenberg has been asked to offer his opinion from time-to-time on various aspects of the court […]

Owen Robinson is already making out his living will. Rick Esenberg already has dibs on the “Owen Robinson Chair” on Sunday Insight. I get to sit with folkbum on channel 4 on election night looking for bloggers that aren’t out at election victory parties. Two years and the boys are still unsuccessful. Patrick at Badger […]

I’ve been reluctant to comment on the Gableman vs. Butler race for state supreme court for a number of reasons, but mostly because I have yet to see an ad on TV. It may shock you, but I rarely watch regular broadcast stations and the local news anymore. There are some nights I don’t even […]

I’ve been reluctant to comment on the Gableman vs. Butler race for state supreme court for a number of reasons, but mostly because I have yet to see an ad on TV. It may shock you, but I rarely watch regular broadcast stations and the local news anymore. There are some nights I don’t even […]

Paul Bucher (among others) is endorsing Bill Gleisner and Rick Esenberg (among others) is endorsing Judge Neubauer. I think I need some liberals to help me with this. Who are Mike Maistelman and Mike Plaisted supporting? Print this entry

Paul Bucher (among others) is endorsing Bill Gleisner and Rick Esenberg (among others) is endorsing Judge Neubauer. I think I need some liberals to help me with this. Who are Mike Maistelman and Mike Plaisted supporting? Print this entry