Eric Posner

Debt brinkmanship has no place in democratic politics. This simple and reasonable legislation would end it.

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Unequal spending on legal services isn't a crisis, and doesn't need this solution

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The Presidency Comes With Executive Power. Deal With It.

Obama's just doing what he's empowered to do

Obama's just doing what he's empowered to do.

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Bitcoin's Bandwagon Has Never Been More Crowded

Even Ben Bernanke's on board. Don't fall for it.

Even Ben Bernanke's on board. Don't fall for it.

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Three Ways Obama Could Raise the Debt Ceiling On His Own

The controversial, risky options if Congress doesn't act

A law professor lays out the least unconstitutional options for resolving a national crisis 

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Daniel Gross celebrates the flexibility and the robustness of the American economy, arguing that it enjoys many hidden strengths, and will expand in t

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Harold Koh and John Yoo are two peas in a pod, except that Yoo is the right-wing pea and Koh is the left-wing pea. Yoo, a Justice Department lawyer during the Bush administration, interpreted “torture” narrowly in order to advance a constitutional agenda in which executive power has primacy. This interpretation permitted the Bush administration to use harsh interrogation tactics on suspected members of Al Qaeda.

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