Jay Wexler ponders the enormity of until-now-hidden humor of the famously stoic justice.
The author of Holy Hullabaloos: A Road Trip to the Battlegrounds of the Church/State Wars has an offer Christine O'Donnell can't refuse.
Law prof Jay Wexler looks at the recent ruling on the use of "Under God" in the pledge of allegiance and finds the court's conclusion Constitutionally dubious.
Church in the parking lot of a public beach? It's a summertime Holy Hullabaloo.
In Beacon Broadside's first original video, Jay Wexler discusses the historic case that allowed a Harvard Square bar to get its liquor license over the objections of a nearby church.
Jay Wexler explains Supreme Court stays and shares his own memories of clerking for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Jay Wexler reflects upon one of the crucial moments of his tenure as a Supreme Court clerk: totally tanking on the March Madness pool.
Jay Wexler wants to see his friends, not just their kids, on the holiday cards in his mailbox.
We had been living in Krakow for three months when I started feeling homesick for Boston. It's not that I don't like Krakow. As everyone knows, Krakow is the new Prague. It is blessed with magnificent architecture, a vibrant student population, and more beets than you can shake a stick at. But it just isn't Boston. Nobody honks a horn just to hear how loud it is. You can't find a bowl of clam chowder anywhere. And while plenty of drunk guys roam the streets, they generally aren't chanting "Yankees Suck."
Jay Wexler is Professor of Law at Boston University. He is the author of Holy Hullabaloos: A Road Trip to the Battlegrounds of the Church/State Wars and The Odd Clauses: Understanding the Constitution through Ten of Its Most Curious Provisions....