The Volokh Conspiracy: Entertainment Weekly contributor writes: ‘Movie called ‘Orient Express’ — and I don’t see any Asian people on here’

Comedian Stephen Fry facing blasphemy investigation in Ireland; The King’s English; ‘The time has come to treat the Second Amendment as a real constitutional right’; A federalist approach to immigration reform; Entertainment Weekly contributor writes: ‘Movie called ‘Orient Express’ — and I don’t see any Asian people on here’;
 
The Volokh Conspiracy
 
 
Comedian Stephen Fry facing blasphemy investigation in Ireland
“A well-placed source said it was ‘highly unlikely’ that a prosecution would take place,” but even investigations can be a substantial deterrent (especially to other speakers, who are less prominent than Fry).
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The King’s English
“Our language becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, and then the slovenliness of our language makes it easier to have foolish thoughts.”
 
‘The time has come to treat the Second Amendment as a real constitutional right’
An interesting 9th Circuit decision touching on (but not resolving) restoration of Second Amendment rights after a conviction is long in the past.
 
A federalist approach to immigration reform
Republican Senator Ron Johnson (Wisconsin) and Rep. Ken Buck (R, Colorado) have an interesting proposal to give states the power to admit foreign guest-workers. It would be a major improvement over current immigration policy.
 
Entertainment Weekly contributor writes: ‘Movie called ‘Orient Express’ — and I don’t see any Asian people on here’
And what about the “China Syndrome” — with no Chinese?
 
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