TURLEY, JONATHAN



BOOKS


A Guide to Citizen Law Enforcement: Fighting Environmental Crime at Facilities of the U.S. Department of Energy and Defense. Santa Barbara, CA: Project for Participatory Democracy, 1996. 


POPS, Project for Older Prisoners: A Report to the State of New York. New York: Project for Older Prisoners, 1996. 


Preliminary Report on Criminal Environmental Prosecution by the United States Department of Justice. Washington, DC: The Environmental Crimes Project, National Law Center, The George Washington University, 1992. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"Constitutional Adverse Possession: Recess Appointments and the Role of Historical Practice in Constitutional Interpretation," 2013 Wisconsin Law Review 965-1037.


"Recess Appointments in the Age of Regulation," 93 Boston University Law Review 1523-1604 (2013).


"Stopping the Terrorists," in Confronting Terror: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security. Edited by Dean Reuter and John Yoo. New York: Encounter Books, 2011.


"Too Clever By Half: The Unconstitutionality of Partial Respresentation of the District of Columbia in Congress," 76 The George Washington Law Review 305-374 (2008).


(With Vitiello, Michael; Clark Kelso; Erwin Chemerinsky; Kevin R. Reitz; & Franklin E. Zimring). ""A Proposal for a Wholesale Reform of California's Sentencing Practice and Policy."" 38 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 9-3-966 (2004).


"Unpacking the Court: The Case for the Expansion of the United States Supreme Court in the Twenty-First Century." 33 Perspectives on Political Science, no. 3, p. 155 (June 22, 2004).


"Pax Militaris: The Feres Doctrine and the Retention of Sovereign Immunity in the Military System of Governance." 71 George Washington Law Review 1-90 (2003).


"Presidential Papers and Popular Government: The Convergence of Constitutional and Property Theory in Claims of Ownership and Control of Presidential Records." 88 Cornell Law Review 651-732 (2003).


"The Military Pocket Republic." 97 Northwestern University Law Review 1-133 (2002).


"Tribunals and Tribulations: The Antithetical Elements of Military Governance in a Madisonian Democracy." 70 George Washington Law Review 649-768 (2002).


"Paradise Lost: The Clinton Administration and the Erosion of Executive Privilege." 60 Maryland Law Review 205-248 (2001).


"The Constitutional Guild: The Problem with Banality in Constitutional Law." 96 Northwestern University Law Review 335-338 (2001).


"A Crisis of Faith: Tobacco and the Madisonian Democracy." 37 Harvard Journal on Legislation 433-481 (2000).


"From Pillar to Post: The Prosecution of American Presidents." 37 American Criminal Law Review 1049-1106 (2000).


"Hold Government Accountable for its Environmental Misconduct." 15 Legal Backgrounder, no. 50 (Oct. 20, 2000).

Reprinted in 21 Hazardous Waste Litigation Reporter, no. 6, p. 16 (Feb. 2, 2001).


"Through a Looking Glass Darkly: National Security and Statutory Interpretation." 53 SMU Law Review 205-249 (2000).


"Transformative Justice and the Ethos of Nuremberg." 33 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 655-680 (2000).


"Congress as Grand Jury: The Role of the House of Representatives in the Impeachment of an American President." 67 George Washington Law Review 735-790 (1999).


"Reflections on Murder, Misdemeanors, and Madison." 28 Hofstra Law Review 439-471 (1999).


"Senate Trials and Factional Disputes: Impeachment as a Madisonian Device." 49 Duke Law Journal 1-146 (1999).


"The Executive Function Theory, the Hamilton Affair, and other Constitutional Mythologies." 77 North Carolina Law Review 1791-1866 (1999).


"Part I: Liberty, Property, and Environmental Ethics." (Panel Discussion: Federalist Society Symposium: The Environment and the Law). 21 Ecology Law Quarterly 387-429 (1994).


"Preserve the Group's Consensus." (The Forum: Sentencing Corporate Polluters). 11 The Environmental Forum 43-44 (Apr. 1994).


"Dualistic Values in the Age of International Legisprudence." 44 Hastings Law Journal 185-272 (1993).


"Transnational Discrimination and the Economics of Extraterritorial Regulation." 70 Boston University Law Review 339-393 (1990).


"'When in Rome': Multinational Misconduct and the Presumption Against Extraterritoriality." 84 Northwestern University Law Review 598-664 (1990).


"Laying Hands on Religious Racketeers: Applying Civil RICO to Fraudulent Religious Solicitations." 29 William and Mary Law Review 441-500 (1988)


"The Not-So-Noble Lie: The Nonincorporation of State Consensual Surveillance Standards in Federal Court." 79 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 66-134 (1988).


"The RICO Lottery and the Gains Multiplication Approach: An Alternative Measurement of Damages under Civil RICO." 33 Villanova Law Review 239-280 (1988).


"Introduction: The Hitchhiker's Guide to CLS, Unger, and Deep Thought." 81 Northwestern University Law Review 593-620 (1987).


"United States v. McNulty: Title III and the Admissibility in Federal Court of Illegally Gathered State Evidence." 80 Northwestern University Law Review 1714-1752 (1986).



OTHER


"Another Federal Agency Steps Out of Bounds," Op-Ed., Washington Post, June 22, 2014, at B3.
Available at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-patent-office-goes-out-of-bounds-in-redskins-trademark-case/2014/06/20/e0001ee8-f7bd-11e3-8aa9-dad2ec039789_story.html.


"Big Money Behind War: The Military-Industrial Complex," Op-Ed., Al Jazeera (Jan. 11, 2014, 7:42 AM), http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/01/big-money-behind-war-military-industrial-complex-20141473026736533.html.


"In the 'Sister Wives' Case, Morality Wins," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Dec. 22, 2013, at B5. Available at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/thanks-to-the-sister-wives-lawsuit-we-have-one-less-morality-law-thats-a-good-thing/2013/12/20/3c419ba0-676d-11e3-a0b9-249bbb34602c_story.html.


"The Rise of the Fourth Branch," Op-Ed., Washington Post, May 26, 2013, at B1.
Available at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-rise-of-the-fourth-branch-of-government/2013/05/24/c7faaad0-c2ed-11e2-9fe2-6ee52d0eb7c1_story.html.


"Creeping Surveillance State, Creepy Conclusions: Column," Op-Ed., USA Today (June 9, 2013, 7:00 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/06/09/obama-nsa-spying-column/2405417/.


"Column: Why Was Zimmerman Overcharged?," Op-Ed., USA Today (July 14, 2103), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/07/14/jonathan-turley-on-zimmerman-case/2515397/.


"Column: Nixon Has Won Watergate," USA Today (Mar. 25, 2013, 6:14 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/03/25/nixon-has-won-watergate/2019443/.


"Column: Fort Hood Suspect's Fool of a Lawyer," Op-Ed., USA Today (August 8, 2013), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/08/08/malik-hasan-fort-hood-suspect-column/2629709/.


"Column: Happy New Year, Injury Lawyers," Op-Ed., USA Today (Dec. 26, 2013, 5:13 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/12/26/holiday-accidents-new-years-christmas-lawyer-column/4210951/.


"Column: 'Sister Wives' Family Wins Ruling in Bigamy Case," Op-Ed., USA Today (Dec. 14, 2013, 12:37 AM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/12/14/sister-wives-bigamy-polygamy-utah/4021223/.


"Column: Police Addicted to Drug Money," Op-Ed., USA Today (Oct. 30, 2013, 12:28 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/10/24/police-drug-money-policing-for-profits-column/3182955/.


"Column: NSA Surveillance Reforms Lack Substance," Op-Ed., USA Today (Dec. 19, 2013, 7:20 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/12/19/nsa-surveillance-reforms-snowden-amnesty-column/4134175/.


"Column: Sebelius, You're Not Fired!," Op-Ed., USA Today (Nov. 7, 2013, 6:37 PM), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/11/07/sebelius-obamacare-health-care-website-column/3470003/.


"Column: Snowden's Russia Chase Reveals Double Standard," Op-Ed., USA Today (June 24, 2013), http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/06/24/snowdens-russia-chase-reveals-double-standard-column-/2453817/.


"Column: Courting the Immigration Vote," Op-Ed., USA Today, Apr. 24, 2012, http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/story/2012-04-24/arizona-immigration-supreme-court-obama-latinos/54491946/1.


"Lying About These Medals Is Dishonorable. But It Shouldn't Be Illegal," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Feb. 19, 2012, at B3.
Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/lying-about-winning-a-medal-of-honor-its-shameful--but-it-shouldnt-be-a-crime/2012/02/16/gIQAhpNFKR_story.html.


"Teachers Under the Morality Microscope," Op-Ed., Los Angeles Times, Apr. 2, 2012, http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-turley-teachers-under-scrutiny-20120402,0,7552571.story.


"Column: America's Liquor Laws, Our Traditional Socialism," Op-Ed., USA Today, June 18, 2012, http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/story/2012-06-18/five-wives-vodka-ban-liquor-alcohol-laws-abc-control/55674928/1.


"Column: Accused Students Deserve Protection," Op-Ed., USA Today, Dec. 6, 2012, http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2012/12/05/colleges-rape-obama-duke/1749353/.


"Free Speech Under Fire," Op-Ed., Los Angeles Times, Mar. 9, 2012, http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-turley-criminalizing-speech-20120309,0,3460649.story.


"Column: End the Electoral College," Op-Ed., USA Today, Oct. 8, 2012, http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2012/10/08/electoral-college/1621543/.


"Shut Up and Play Nice," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Oct. 14, 2012, at B1.
Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-four-arguments-the-western-world-uses-to-limit-free-speech/2012/10/12/e0573bd4-116d-11e2-a16b-2c110031514a_story.html.


"Column: IOC Needs to Rethink Outdated Rules," Op-Ed., USA Today, Aug. 13, 2012, http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/story/2012-08-12/olympic-rules-outdates/57016604/1.


"Criminalizing Intolerance: At a United Nations Conference This Week, Tolerance Is in the Crosshairs," Op-Ed., Los Angeles Times, Dec. 12, 2011, http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-oe-turley-blasphemy-20111210,0,652131,print.story.


"Church & State: United on the Campaign Trail," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Oct. 2, 2011, at B5.
Available at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/separation-of-church-and-state-not-on-the-2012-campaign-trail/2011/09/27/gIQA0vT8AL_story.html.


"Clarence Thomas' Dangerous Conceit," Op-Ed., Los Angeles Times, Mar. 6, 2011.
Available at http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-turley-clarence-thomas-20110306,0,3221633.story.


"The Price of Scalia's Political Stardom," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Jan. 23, 2011, at B3.


"Inequality, in the Name of Equality," Op-Ed, Washington Post p. B1 (Apr. 18, 2010).


"When a Child Dies, Faith Is No Defense: Why Do Courts Give Believers a Pass," Op-Ed., Washington Post p. B1 (Nov. 15, 2009).


"Can Congress Stop the War?" USA Today p. 13A (Jan. 18, 2007).


"The Truth About Oaths." USA Today p. 9A (Jan. 4, 2007).


"Jefferson Deserves Presumption of Innovence." Roll Call (June 7, 2007).


"The Land of $9 Million: Anyone Can Run for Public Office, Right?" USA Today p. 13A (May 16, 2007).


"The Door to Room 204." USA Today p. 11A (Apr. 25, 2007).


"The Revival of the Equal Rights Amendment." Roll Call (Apr. 16, 2007).


"What Our Soldiers Really Need: Lawyers." USA Today p. 13A (Apr. 12, 2007).


"Feres Follies." USA Today p. 13A (Apr. 12, 2007).


"Equal Rights Redux: The Three-State Solution." Los Angeles Times p. M3 (Apr. 8, 2007).


"Justice? What a Joke." USA Today p. 21A (Mar. 27, 2007).


"My Boys Like Shootouts. What's Wrong With That?" The Washington Post p. B01 (Feb. 25, 2007).


"War - What is it Good For?" USA Today p. 11A (Feb. 15, 2007).


"The Fight Over D.C.; Too Clever by Half: The Unconstitutional D.C. Voting Rights Bill." Roll Call (Jan. 25, 1007).


"The History of Oaths." USA Today p. 9A (Jan. 4, 2007).


"When Law Schools Take the Low Road." New Jersey Law Journal (Jan. 16, 2006).


"Down to the Fourth Estate." USA Today p. 11A (May 17, 2006).


"Gen. Hayden Earns His 'Bones' and a Nomination." Chicago Tribune p. C27 (May 10, 2006).


"Living in a City of Spies." The Baltimore Sun p. 15A (May 3, 2006).


"How to End the Same-Sex Marriage Debate." USA Today p. 15A (Apr. 3, 2006).


"Insanity's Legal Fall from Grace." USA Today p. 13A (May 30, 2006).


"The Buck (Fever) Stops Here: Bankety, Bankety, Bankety, Bankety, Bankety, Bankety." The Washington Post p. B04 (Feb 19, 2006).


"Lap Dances, Wills and You: Anna Nicole Smith Gets Her Day in Court Today." USA Today p. 13A (Feb. 28, 2006).


"Troubling Times: A Troubling Nominee: Why Alito's Deference to the Powerful Should Worry You--Especially Today." USA Today p. 13A (Jan 10, 2006).


"Issue of Hypocrisy." 27 National Law Journal no. 68, p. 23 (Jan. 9, 2006).


"Tackling a Judge's Ideology: Alito Appears to be the Bob Newhart of Judging, Delivering Deadpan Decisions That Make Him Difficult to Lionize or Demonize." Chicago Tribune p. C9 (Jan. 8, 2006).


"Eight Simple Steps to a Swiffer Congress." Los Angeles Times p. B13 (Jan. 5, 2006).


"A War With Flags But No Faces." USA Today p. 11A (Aug. 17, 2006).


"Our Loquacious Justices." Los Angeles Times (Mar. 28, 2006) at B13.


"A Question of Ethics." USA Today p. 13A (Nov. 14, 2006).


"NSA Ruling Much Like a Pig in Parlor." Chicago Tribune p. C5 (Aug. 20, 2006).


"Why Race-Based 'Survivor' Makes Us Squirm." USA Today p. 13A (Sept. 14, 2006).


"Constitutional Swag." Roll Call (June 19, 2006).


"Get Congress Out of the Page Business." New York Times p. 31A (Oct. 4, 2006).


"A Page Protection Act: The Path to Saving a History Program." Roll Call (Oct. 5, 2006).


"109th Congress Just Can't Resist." USA Today p. 13A (Oct. 19, 2006).


"Give the Dead Their Due." The Washington Post p. B01 (Sept. 17, 2006).


"It's Not Black and White." USA Today p. 21A (Dec. 6, 2006).


"The Case for Macroscopic Humans." USA Today p. 13A (July 18, 2006).


"The Roberts Court: Seeing is Believing." USA Today p. 11A (July 6, 2006).


"Well-Paved Road to Political Perdition." Chicago Tribune p. C7 (June 25, 2006).


"'Big Brother' Bush and Connecting the Data Dots." Los Angeles Times p. B15 (June 24, 2006).


"An 'Old' Prison Solution." Los Angeles Times p. B17 (Oct. 7, 2006).


"Democrats' Disarray Muddies Court Fight." The Baltimore Sun p. 21A (July 14, 2005).


"To Improve the Supreme Court, Let's Expand It." Roll Call (July 19, 2005).


"Michael, Meet Fatty. And Errol and Martha and . . ." The Washington Post p. B01 (June 19, 2005).


"The Nomination of John Roberts. It's Time to be Afraid, Very Afraid." Chicago Tribune p. C9 (July 24, 2005).


"So What's the Story on Bob Novak? His Decision to Play It Cagey in the Plame Case is Helping No One." Los Angeles Times p. B11 (July 1, 2005).


"Candidates for the Supreme Court: Judging the Short List." USA Today p. 13A (June 27, 2005).


"A Right Turn on the High Court?" USA Today p. 13A (June 27, 2005).


"Military Scapegoats Walk a Well-Worn Path." USA Today p. 13A (June 7, 2005).


"When is Violent Speech Still Free Speech?" USA Today p. 13A (May 3, 2005).


"The Not So Dirty Dozen: They're the Undercard to the Fight Over a High Court Nomination." Los Angeles Times p. B13 (Apr. 18, 2005).


"Temptation Tops the Constitution." U.S.A. Today p. 13A (Mar. 23, 2005).


"Estrich's Vicious Attack." The Washington Times p. A19 (Mar. 14, 2005).


"The Faith of John Roberts." Los Angeles Times p. B11 (July 25, 2005).


"Bob Woodward's Belated Disclosure Raises Troubling Questions." The Baltimore Sun p. 27A (Nov. 17, 2005).


"Mr. Frist Goes to Washington." U.S.A. Today p. 15A (Apr. 7, 2005).


"Dissing the Dead to Save the Accused: Blake Lawyers Used an Old Technique." Los Angeles Times p. B13 (Mar. 4, 2005).


"The Crazy World of Insanity Law." Los Angeles Times p. B11 (Nov. 11, 2005).


"Bush and Domestic Spying: Good for America?" USA Today p. 11A (Dec. 22, 2005).


"Chicago's Segregted Schools." Chicago Tribune p. C25 (Nov. 10, 2005).


"A Parent's Right to Know." USA Today p. 13A (Dec. 6, 2005).


"A Model for the Future." 27 National Law Journal no. 26, p. 27 (Aug. 1, 2005).


"Wanted: A Redeeming Character." USA Today p. 15A (Nov. 1, 2005).


"What Qualifies One for the Supreme Court?" USA Today p. 13A (Oct. 6, 2005).


"Bork is Owed an Explanation." 27 National Law Journal no. 55, p. 30 (Oct. 3, 2005).


"After the Hurricanes, It's Raining Money." Los Angeles Times p. B13 (Sept. 28, 2005).


"Roberts the Elder." Village Voice p. 24 (Sept. 20, 2005).


"Shame on You: Enough with the Humiliating Punishments, Judges." The Washington Post p. B03 (Sept. 18, 2005).


"Role Models for Roberts." USA Today p. 23A (Sept. 12, 2005).


"Roberts: The Before and The After." USA Today p. 13A (Aug. 31, 2005).


"When Justices Won't Go." Los Angeles Times p. B19 (Aug. 13, 2005).


"Our Forgotten Citizens." 26 National Law Journal no. 63, p. 34 (Dec. 20, 2004).


"A Check on Wartime Power." 26 National Law Journal no. 75, p. 26 (Mar. 7, 2005).


"Not as Radical as All That." (Editorial on Supreme Court's decision on gay rights in Lawrence v. Texas.) 25 Legal Times no. 46, p. 31 (July 14, 2003).


" . . . 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19." (Editorial on increasing the size of the Supreme Court.) 26 Legal Times no. 32, p. 50 (Aug. 11, 2003).


"Nation of Mutts in a Muddle." Los Angeles Times (July 3, 2001), at p.2, p. 13.


"Seeing Red on Blue Slips." Los Angeles Times (May 16, 2001) at pt. 2, p.13.


"The Ghost Fleet and other Dumb Ideas." Chicago Tribune (May 20, 2001) at p. 21.


"Bush Loses Senate." Washington Times (May 29, 2001) at A15.


"A Bad Canadian Heads South." Wall Street Journal (Feb. 28, 2000) at A41.


"Navy Undermines Client Privilege." National Law Journal (Apr. 3, 2000) at A22.


"Clinton Fully Merits Being Disbarred." Newsday (May 25, 2000) at A51.


"Lawyers and the Lynching." National Law Journal (Aug. 7, 2000) at A1.


"The Mouse that Roared - and Voted." Los Angeles Times (Jan. 17, 2000) at B5.


"Citizen Clinton is Not Above the Law." Newsday (Aug. 21, 2000) at A23.


"Court Strikes Health Balance on HMO's." Wall Street Journal (June 13, 2000) at A26.


"Perspective on Justice." Los Angeles Times (June 19, 2000) at B7.


"'Miranda' - Confirmed but Barely Alive." Washington Post (June 27, 2000) at A23.


"Of Boy Scouts and Bigots." Chicago Tribune (June 30, 2000) at 27.


"Selective Prosecution: Don't Confuse Charles Bakaly with Bill Clinton." Washington Times (July 24, 2000) at A19.


"Is This Beach Clean Enough? Despite Progress, Serious Environmental Risks Remain." Legal Times (May 29, 2000) at 66.


"Telling What Wasn't Secret." New York Times (July 17, 2000) at A19.


"A Farewell to Sid Yates." Chicago Tribune (Oct. 10, 2000) at p. 15.


"History Shows Ballot Fights can Wound President." USA Today (Nov. 13, 2000) at 31A.


"Vote of Congress May Offer Real Political Closure." USA Today (Nov. 22, 2000) at 29A.


"Presidential Transition in Amber." USA Today (Dec. 5, 2000) at 17A.


"The Scariest Part may be Yet to Come." Los Angeles Times (Dec. 8, 2000) at B9.


"Ray is Damned if He Does or if He Doesn't." Los Angeles Times (Aug. 22, 2000) at B9.


"A Verdict in a Land of No Absolutes." Newsday (Feb. 15, 1999) at A29.


"The New Profiteers of the Tobacco War." Wall Street Journal (Sept. 20, 1999) at A29.


"The Trial Lawyer of the Century." Legal Times (Nov. 29, 1999) at 50.


"Reforming the Great American Litigation Lottery." Chicago Tribune (Oct. 31, 1999) at A19.


"The Trial of the Century." Legal Times (Sept. 27, 1999) at 27.


"Last Rites for the Independent Counsel Act." The Chicago Tribune (June 30, 1999) at A21.


"Talk Show Tort Wars Ahead." National Law Journal (June 7, 1999) at A29.


"Could this Case be the End of TV Talk Show Traps?" USA Today (May 13, 1999) at 15A.


"Pulp Justice." Los Angeles Times (May 5, 1999) at A7.


"Bad Timing on Contempt Ruling." Wall Street Journal (May 4, 1999) at A23.


"What's Wrong with Wright." Wall Street Journal (Apr. 19, 1999) at A22.


"You Don't Impeach a Chief Executive Officer." National Law Journal (Mar. 1, 1999) at A22.


"Madison Felled by Tobacco?" National Law Journal (Dec. 13, 1999) at A28.


"Trial and Error." 51 National Review 22 (Feb. 8, 1999).


"Senators Prefer Politics to their Roles as Jurors." National Law Journal (Jan. 25, 1999) at A27.


"Nothing Bars Questioning President's Bad Ideas." Los Angeles Times (Sept. 27, 1999) at B7.


"The Right Verdict? It's All Relative." Los Angeles Times (Feb. 12, 1999) at A7.


"Clinton Maneuvers Threaten his Office." National Law Journal (Feb. 23, 1998) at A19.


"Grand Jury as Grand Opera." Legal Times (Feb. 23, 1998) at 31.


"A Little Bit Impeached." Legal Times (Sept. 7, 1998) at 25.


"Guarding the King, Not his Secrets." Legal Times (Feb. 2, 1998) at 28.


"Why Clinton Wants to be Impeached." Wall Street Journal (July 6, 1998) at A15.


"The Jones Case: Too Fast on the Escape." Newsday (Apr. 7, 1998) at A43.


"The President and the Damage Done." Legal Times (Apr. 20, 1998) at 24.


"Praetorian Privilege." Wall Street Journal (Apr. 27, 1998) at A23.


"The Trouble with Hubble." The Chicago Tribune (May 3, 1998) at A11.


"Call Clinton to Grand Jury." National Law Journal (May 4, 1998) at A21.


"The Approaching Constitutional Crisis." The Chicago Tribune (June 5, 1998) at A13.


"The Paula Jones Case Under a Suppression Strategy." Los Angeles Times (Apr. 3, 1998) at A11.


"Clinton's Nullification Strategy of Last Resort." National Law Journal (July 13, 1998) at A19.


"Witness for the Prosecution." The Chicago Tribune (Aug. 30, 1998) at 19.


"Perjury is not Politics." Wall Street Journal (Sept. 14, 1998) at A23.


"Impeachment." USA Today (Sept. 14, 1998) at 10A.


"The New Originalists." Legal Times (Oct. 19, 1998) at 27.


"High Crimes and Misdemeanors, According to the Framers." Wall Street Journal (Nov. 9, 1998) at A15.


"Checking the Executive Pulse." Los Angeles Times (Nov. 19, 1998) at A11.


"Is He Too Popular to Impeach?" Los Angeles Times (Dec. 9, 1998) at A15.


"Why the President Must be Impeached." The Baltimore Sun (Dec. 11, 1998) at 33A.


"The President Resorts to Jury Nullification." Wall Street Journal (Dec. 15, 1998) at A22.


"Don't Confuse Remedies and Penalties." Newsday (Dec. 18, 1998) at A73.


"How We Try Our Leaders." Legal Times (Dec. 21, 1998) at 39.


"Without Testimony or a Trial, Censure is Harmless Precedent." USA Today (Dec. 23, 1998) at 13A.


"Hashing Out Ockham's Razor over Eggs." The Chicago Tribune (July 13, 1998) at A11.


"A Model Senator: When Does Corporate Publicity Become Political Contribution?" Legal Times (Apr. 18, 1996) at 24.


"One American at a Time: Legislating by Bill of Attainder." Legal Times (Feb. 26, 1996) at 29.


"Federalizing a Custody Case." The Washington Post (Feb. 10, 1996) at A22.


"Bill of Attainder." Los Angeles Times (Feb. 26, 1996) at B4.


"Legislating Values for One Family at a Time." Washington Times (Mar. 26, 1996) at A15.


"Black Bag Justice." Legal Times (Nov. 21, 1994) at 28.


"A Simple Matter of Retaliation." Legal Times (Jan. 25, 1993) at 43.


"The Government Versus the Grand Jury." The Chicago Tribune (Sept. 23, 1993) at A11.


"Free the Rocky Flats 13." The Washington Post (Aug. 13, 1993) at A11.


"Environmental Law and Order: New Administration Should End Lax Enforcement of Pollution Laws." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal 6 (March 25, 1993).


"We Need to Unearth Environmental Felons." Wall Street Journal (Mar. 11, 1993) at A15.


"Environmental Crime." Time (Feb. 22, 1993) at 10


"Crimes Against the Environment." Wall Street Journal (Feb. 3, 1993) at A15.


"A Solution to Prison Overcrowding." USA Today Magazine (Nov. 1992) at 80.


"Why Prison Health Care is a Crime." The Chicago Tribune (Mar. 19, 1991) at A19.


"Our Prison Profiteers." New York Times (Aug. 3, 1990) at A20.


"Solving Prison Overcrowding - Prisons aren't Nursing Homes." New York Times (Oct. 9, 1989) at A17.


"Global Dinosaurs: Charting the Rise and Fall of Great Powers." The Chicago Tribune (May 8, 1988) at 5, 9.