Glenn Harlan Reynolds

Neomi Rao Nomination A Win For Constitutional Conservatives

Many in Congress will not welcome her nomination and will seek to stop it. However, limited government constitutional conservatives should welcome the nomination of Prof. Neomi Rao to head OIRA as a major victory for constitutional government and fight tooth and nail to secure her confirmation.

Obeying the law starts at the top

Glenn Harlan Reynolds, Special to USAToday

It's much better to live in a society in which the laws are just, and in which people follow them as much out of moral obligation as fear of consequences. But such a society requires a degree of self-discipline and self-restraint on the part of its members, and especially of its leaders. Does our political class possess these traits? If not, how long can we expect the rest of society to?

Scott Walker and the Value of Higher Education

Rush Limbaugh

Glenn Harlan Reynolds, a law professor at the University of Tennessee, has a USA Today column, and he's a man after my own heart. He makes the point here that it might actually be necessary to save the country to elect a president who did not graduate from college.

The Legal Assassination of Tom DeLay and Criminal Justice Reform

The decision of the Texas court overturning the verdict and entering a full acquittal in Tom DeLay’s money laundering case is not only a personal vindication for DeLay, it is a clarion call for criminal justice reform and structural changes in the criminal justice system to prevent prosecutorial abuse. 
By Richard A. Viguerie