Before I moved to Georgetown Law, I was invited to be part of the dean search at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Here's that story…
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A year ago, I was in the midst of a campaign to bring sanity to the "Little City" of Falls Church, Virginia. What I learned then still holds true.
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Georgetown's "investigation" of me would continue for more than three months after the inquisitors had interviewed me. Nightmare quickly gave way to…
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The death of Mikhail Gorbachev and Chilean voters' rejection of an extreme-left constitution led me to reflect on the senior thesis I wrote 23 years…
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After I survived the hell of manufactured outrage, a sham "investigation" began into whether my problematic tweets violated any Georgetown policies.
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My All-American Road TripWatch now (28 sec) | The first Covid summer, I embarked on a journey through the heartland. My previously unpublished notes still ring true two years…
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It turns out that politics has played a role in SCOTUS nominations and confirmations from the very beginning.
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The first four days were absolute hell, then I had a surreal zoom with Georgetown's dean.
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I discuss that plus the Supreme Court, my school board race, and Latin American spy thrillers in this interview with City Journal.
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There are still more questions than answers; there's just so much we don't know.
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It's good to be back in the arena and working for a dynamic organization -- and not to have anyone trying to firing you.
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Even beyond high-profile cases and slanted media coverage, the statistics do show a shift.
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