Got quoted in Washington Times
I got a brief quote in a Washington Times editorial on the Parker case.
They trimmed down a point that I'd made. I said that I think of us as having four high-probability votes: Thomas and Scalia for sure, Roberts and Alito as high probability. As to the other five -- don't count this as the usual liberal wing vs. conservative wing, divide 4-1-4 with Kennedy the swing vote. The best academics arguing for an individual right -- William van Alstyne, Akhil Amar, Sanford Levinson, etc. -- are all very liberal. Don Kates and Joe Olson are former civil rights workers, who came to the second amendment issue after defending themselves in that role. This is an issue where any of the "liberal wing" could very well side with an individual right -- or heck, they ALL might.