Thursday, June 26, 2008

Heller Roundup

Without turning this into an "All Heller, All the Time" channel, here's a roundup of commentary on today's historic Heller decision:

Prof. Mike O'Shea over at Concurring Opinions gives us his take here.

Larry Solum (Legal Theory Blog) gives us his take here.

Prof. Sandy Levinson, writing over at Balkinization Blog, isn't too happy here.

Some quick comments by several law professors over at the Federalist Society debate on the Heller decision here.

Jacob Sullum, writing at Reason Magazine's blog, questions: "Why no right to machine guns?" here. Also at Reason, Radley Balko is skeptical, here.

SCOTUSblog's Lyle Dennison give us his take on "so, what's next for guns?" here.

Dave Kopel, writing at Pajamas Media, says Constitution is the big winner here.

Over at Volokh Conspiracy, a bunch of commentary:
Prof. Ilya Somin provides a cautionary tale from the experience of the property rights movement here.

Prof. Jim Lindgren thinks Justice Breyer's dissent is "self-refuting" here.

Prof. Dale Carpenter's take ("we're all originalists now") here.
Happy reading!

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