My Op-Eds and Commentaries, 2010-11

I am moving them off the sidebar of the blog as I spruce things up around here.

Holder’s Voting Rights Gamble: The Supreme Court’s Voter ID Showdown, Slate, Dec. 30, 2011

Will Foreigners Decide the 2012 Election? The Extreme Unintended Consequences of Citizens United, The New Republic (online), Dec. 6, 2011

Disenfranchise No More, New York Times, Nov. 17, 2011

A Democracy Deficit at Americans Elect?, Politico, Nov. 9, 2011

Super-Soft Money: How Justice Kennedy paved the way for ‘SuperPACS’ and the return of soft money, Slate, Oct. 25, 2012

The Arizona Campaign Finance Law: The Surprisingly Good News in the Supreme Court’s New Decision, The New Republic (online), June 27, 2011

New York City as a Model?, New York Times Room for Debate, June 27, 2011

A Cover-Up, Not a Crime. Why the Case Against John Edwards May Be Hard to Prove, Slate, Jun. 3, 2011

Wisconsin Court Election Courts Disaster, Politico, Apr. 11, 2011

Rich Candidate Expected to Win Again, Slate, Mar. 25, 2011

Health Care and the Voting Rights Act, Politico, Feb. 4, 2011

The FEC is as Good as Dead, Slate, Jan. 25, 2011

Let Rahm Run!, Slate, Jan. 24, 2011

Lobbypalooza,The American Interest, Jan-Feb. 2011(with Ellen P. Aprill)

Election Hangover: The Real Legacy of Bush v. Gore, Slate, Dec. 3, 2010

Alaska’s Big Spelling Test: How strong is Joe Miller’s argument against the Leeza Markovsky vote?, Slate, Nov. 11, 2010

Kirk Offers Hope vs. Secret Donors, Politico, November 5, 2010

Evil Men in Black Robes: Slate‘s Judicial Election Campaign Ad Spooktackular!, Slate, October 26, 2010 (with Dahlia Lithwick)

Show Me the Donors: What’s the point of disclosing campaign donations? Let’s review, Slate, October 14, 2010

Un-American Influence: Could Foreign Spending on Elections Really Be Legal?, Slate, October 11, 2010

Toppled Castle: The real loser in the Tea Party wins is election reform, Slate, Sept. 16, 2010

Citizens United: What the Court Did–and Why, American Interest, July/August 2010

The Big Ban Theory: Does Elena Kagan Want to Ban Books? No, and She Might Even Be a Free Speech Zealot”, Slate, May 24, 2010

Crush Democracy But Save the Kittens: Justice Alito’s Double Standard for the First Amendment, Slate, Apr. 30, 2010

Some Skepticism About the “Separable Preferences” Approach to the Single Subject Rule: A Comment on Cooter & Gilbert, Columbia Law Review Sidebar, Apr. 19, 2010

Scalia’s Retirement Party: Looking ahead to a conservative vacancy can help the Democrats at the polls, Slate, Apr. 12, 2010

Hushed Money: Could Karl Rove’s New 527 Avoid Campaign-Finance Disclosure Requirements?, Slate, Apr. 6, 2010

Money Grubbers: The Supreme Court Kills Campaign Finance Reform, Slate, Jan. 21, 2010

Bad News for Judicial Elections, N.Y. Times “Room for Debate” Blog, Jan., 21, 2010

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