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:: Thursday, June 25, 2009 ::
Well, as a colleague and supporter of the American Center for Law and Justice, I probably shouldn't say much about today's decision concerning the 4th Amendment and school "strip searches"; nor about my doubts about expanding an already unwieldy rule-of-reason (really, rule-of-what-we-like-or-don't-like) 4th Am regime; nor about my firm agreement with Prof. Akhil Amar that the 4th Am NEVER contemplated judges (as opposed to juries) deciding what constitutes a reasonable search; nor about my increasing agreement with Justice Thomas that Tinker should be overruled immediately and that the idea that students have rights inside public schools does nothing but perpetuate misleading fantasies and sap support for home-schooling.
So here's me, NOT blogging about any of these things.
:: David M. Wagner 7:33 PM [+] ::