thebulwark.com (July 9, 2019) Can President Trump Add a Citizenship Question to the Census by Executive Order? Maybe.
thehill.com (july 5, 2019) Supreme Court and political gerrymandering: What does it mean to 'kill' a case?
thebulwark.com (july 1, 2019) The American Public Needs to Hear These 10 Things from Robert Mueller
thehill.com (june 25, 2019) In conflicts like Iran, Congress has ceded war powers to the presidency
thebulwark.com (june 21, 2019) Conservative Justices Endorsed Limited Executive Powers in Gundy. Will They Be Consistent?
thebulwark.com (june 19, 2019) Why the Supreme Court’s Double-Jeopardy Decision Is Bad News for Trump
THEHILL.COM (JUNE 17, 2019) America's crisis of compassion is a Constitutional crisis, too
THEBULWARK.COM (JUNE 7, 2019) Can the Courts Decide Turf Battles Between Congress and the White House?
THEHILL.COM (JUNE 3, 2019) A worst-case-scenario president: Why we need constitutional literacy in America
THEBULWARK.COM (JUNE 3, 2019) In Defense of Robert Mueller’s Unifying Voice for the Justice Department
THEBULWARK.COM (MAY 28, 2019) The Supreme Court Is Highly Unlikely to Take the Alabama Abortion Law. Here’s Why.
thebulwark.com (May 16, 2019) Alabama’s Abortion Bill Is a Naked Ploy to Challenge Roe v. Wade
thehill.com (May 16, 2019) How Alabama's abortion ban could wind up reversing Roe
thebulwark.com (may 6, 2019) everything you need to know about congress’s attempts to subpoena the trump administration
thehill.com (April 21, 2019) Thorny part of obstruction of justice is proving intent, that's a job for Congress
thebulwark.com (april 8, 2019) What to Expect in the Battle Over the Mueller Report’s Grand Jury Material
thehill.com (april 1, 2019) Republicans loaded federal courts, now they want to give those life-term judges more power
thehill.com (march 24, 2019) Will the Mueller report go public? The courts, not Barr, may ultimately decide
thebulwark.com (march 23, 2019) Mueller Report: What We Can Learn From Barr’s Letter to Congressional Leaders
thebulwark.com (march 21, 2019) Congress’s Politicization of the Federal Courts Is Scary for Democracy
thebulwark.com (march 15, 2019) the argument that the president ‘cannot be indicted’ is surprisingly weak
thehill.com (march 11, 2019) We are not reliving whitewater: differences between starr and mueller investigations
THEBULWARK.COM (FEBRUARY 26, 2019) Congress Needs to Ask Michael Cohen: Is the Country Safe with Trump in Office?
thehill.com (february 18, 2019) Why the national emergency? A second term may be trump’s only shield from indictment
latimes.com (February 13, 2019) Are democrats overstepping by investigating all things trump? just ask william barr
thehill.com (february 11, 2019) Criminal investigation of Trump’s business dealings may overshadow any ‘Mueller report’
THEHILL.COM (JANUARY 31, 2019) how to make sense of the russia probe? focus on two key dates
thebulwark.com (january 30, 2019) Remember mueller’s russia indictments? they matter now more than ever.
THEBULWARK.COM (JANUARY 11, 2019) CAN THE COURTS CALL B.S. ON TRUMP’S POTENTIAL “NATIONAL EMERGENCY”?
THEHILL.COM (JANUARY 4, 2019) THE SYSTEM OF CHECKS AND BALANCES IS FINALLY WAKING FROM ITS TWO-YEAR SLUMBER
thehill.com (November 20th, 2018) 3 legal takeaways from the White House’s short-lived stand against Jim Acosta
THEHILL.COM (NOVEMBER 8TH, 2018) SESSIONS’S REPLACEMENT CAN DESTROY MUELLER PROBE — WITHOUT HAVING TO FIRE ANYONE
THE HILL (SEPTEMBER 11, 2018) NICE IDEA, BUT 25TH AMENDMENT IS NO FIX FOR A DYSFUNCTIONAL PRESIDENCY
ABC.COM (AUGUST 6TH, 2018) WHAT HAPPENS IF MUELLER DECIDES TO SUBPOENA PRESIDENT TRUMP?
THE HILL (JULY 29, 2018) IT'S TIME WE START THINKING ABOUT A POST-TRUMP AMERICA
the hill (july 08, 2018) why conservatives should support roe v. wade
reuters (may 17, 2018) Experts bash Giuliani claim that Mueller can’t subpoena Trump
The Hill (May 11, 2018) trump is testing constitutional safeguards against unbridled government power
THE HILL (NOVEMBER 21, 2017) HOW HOLLYWOOD IS BETTER AT PURGING SEXUAL PREDATORS THAN CONGRESS
the hill (sept. 2, 2017) the constitution does not apply to a private military