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Progressive Punitivism: Notes on the Pursuit of Social Justice through Penal Means

One reaction I’ve gotten on my fairly popular post about the Kavanaugh hearings is that many people were feeling some unease around “progressive punitivism” but couldn’t quite put their finger

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Seizure: A Biker’s Perspective on the Fourth Amendment

Recently, SCOTUS decided Collins v. Virginia (2018), in which the Court, by a 8-1 majority, did not uphold a search involving a motorcycle in a driveway. The story is this:

Not Your Typical Kavanaugh Opinion Piece

To a surrounded enemy, you must leave a way of escape.                                       

Safe Injections Disappointment: A Call for SF Hamsterdam

The proposal was well thought and empirically backed: According to the principles of harm reduction, the best perspective we have on saving lives that could be claimed by drugs and