A Barnett Link

Just noticed that a couple weeks ago, Randy Barnett linked to a post I wrote about judicial activism with some mild praise of it. Probably doesn't mean much to any of you, but since Barnett is my single favorite legal scholar it makes me feel good that he even noticed my amateur attempts at scholarship.

Update: And yet another link from Barnett. Very cool.

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