Obama vs. Marbury v. Madison

Tune in to ON THE RECORD at 10pm tonight….if we have time, I am going to discuss this. Every law school – yes, even Harvard Law School – teaches the landmark case Marbury v. Madison. It was decided in 1803 (yes,

Every law school — yes, even Harvard Law School — teaches the landmark case Marbury v. Madison. It was decided in 1803 (yes, 1803!). You read it your first year in law school.

Look, I'm not here to debate the finer points of Marbury v. Madison with anyone, but the fact remains that since that decision was handed down over 200 years ago, it has not exactly been “unprecedented and extraordinary” for

THE ISSUES argued last week before the US Supreme Court during challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act rise to the level of those pondered in Brown v. Board of Education, Dred Scott v. Sanford, and Marbury v. Madison.

Tune in to ON THE RECORD at 10pm tonight….if we have time, I am going to discuss this. Every law school – yes, even Harvard Law School – teaches the landmark case Marbury v. Madison. It was decided in 1803 (yes,