My thanks again to the VC for lending me the podium this week to talk about The Conscience of The Constitution. I hope you’ll join me—in person or online—on January 30, when I speak about the book at the Cato Institute’s book forum. Then I’ll be participating in February’s Cato Unbound to discuss the debate over “judicial activism” (which takes up chapter 5 of my book).
If you enjoy The Conscience of The Constitution, you might also be interested in my other books, The Right to Earn A Living: Economic Freedom And The Law, and Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st Century America (on sale now for only $7 at the Cato store).
Please also bookmark the Pacific Legal Foundation’s Liberty Blog to follow our litigation in defense of economic liberty and other constitutional rights across the country—including our ongoing challenges to Obamacare, subject of the cover article in this issue of Regulation. And my personal blog is Freespace, where I write on various subjects of interest. You can also follow me on Twitter @TimothySandefur. [...]