Monthly Archives: February 2011

Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #2

Well, at my first podcast I saw that some thought I meant “Unheard” quite literally: For nearly 10 minutes I did not realize that my computer had stopped recognizing my USB mic. All anyone online was able to hear was some sort of thumping sound, which one attendee thought was one of my dogs moving around in his crate. Thanks to everyone who stuck around and was patient while I figured out that technical glitch; I hope you had fun and are up for round two.

If you would like to register to attend this Sunday’s webinar, click here to register. I believe the interface will also give you the means by which to suggest topics, so feel free to use that, or to write comments, below.

“See” you then!

UPDATE: Topics for this Sunday to include: the latest on what’s happening in the Middle East, possible presidential candidates for 2012, and the ATLAS SHRUGGED part 1 movie.

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Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #1

My first webcast/podcast will be this Sunday, from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm, EST; that is 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, PST. If you would like to attend live, which will include the ability to type in questions/comments and perhaps to participate in the conversation as well (for this you will need a USB headset with built-in microphone, to avoid audio feedback), register here. As I mentioned the other day, the focus will be discussion of political and legal current events.

“See” you then!

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Pragmatism and Privacy

My paper, “Pragmatism and Privacy,” is now available online at the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty’s website. In the paper, I demonstrate the influence of legal pragmatism on the development of Fourth Amendment privacy doctrine and, towards the end of the paper, I have the opportunity to apply some of Tara Smith’s criticisms of Justice Scalia’s Originalist methodology. (You may also be interested to read an article appearing in the same issue: Prof. Randy Barnett’s article on why the Obamacare individual health insurance mandate is unconstitutional.) Enjoy!

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