November 25, 2005

Giving Thanks, and a Fine to Boot

by Armen

Maybe I'm doing too much studying while under the influence of tryptophan, but after reading about the Lochner and post-Lochner cases, I'm curious how the Roberts court would rule on Mass enforcing Blue laws from the Puritan era. More importantly, I wonder what the state of this law would be if the Pats (rather than the Lions or the Cowboys) played on Thanksgiving.

November 25, 2005 09:02 PM | TrackBack
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What's to wonder about? Property rights no longer exist in this country, we worship federalism for the sake of federalism (even when it's oppressive federalism), and state-mandated religious observances are supposedly not First Amendment violations because they are "de minimus."

Assuming such a case could somehow reach the Supreme Court, it would rule 9-0 in favor of Massacusetts.

Posted by: KipEsquire at November 26, 2005 08:03 PM
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