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Randy Barnett’s “Our Republican Constitution”

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 7:32 am

Randy Barnett’s new book is released today. It is titled Our Republican Constitution. I was lucky enough to get an advance copy, which I loved. It is the first book of his that I have read, but I now know I will be reading many more of his books. You should order it today — and you should do so through this link.

I’ll review it — but not today. Today, the review is like the Glengarry leads: it would be wasted on you. Because all you want to talk about today is Trump and the New York primary. Already you’re scrolling past this post to get to the one below. I see you!

This is the Randy Barnett book review. And to you it’s gold, and you don’t get it. Why? Because to give it to you — on this particular day — is just throwing it away.

I’ll just say I learned a lot. I also gained even more respect for Clarence Thomas than I had already.

14 Responses to “Randy Barnett’s “Our Republican Constitution””

  1. Ding.

    Patterico (86c8ed)

  2. Coffee is for closers!”

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  3. “It takes brass balls to sell real estate.”

    SPQR (a023f8)

  4. I would rather talk about nearly anything OTHER than the NY primary.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  5. I heard Barnett on the Hewitt show and look forward to reading this book.

    Simon Jester (2708f4)

  6. Randy Barnett is from beautiful & exotic Calumet City, IL, the Original Sin City!!!! As am I. A very smart man, as I am not.

    Ipso Fatso (10964d)

  7. You see this watch? This watch cost more than your car.

    carlitos (c24ed5)

  8. Alan Keyes was from Calumet City too. Carlitos’ band was also from there.

    carlitos (c24ed5)

  9. Carlitos… You got teh Sh*tastics back together!?!?

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  10. Col. Haiku never played in front of thousands of people. Sorry for you. It’s a great feeling.

    carlitos (c24ed5)

  11. Don’t be too sure about that, my friend.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  12. carlitos, Alan Keyes only lived in Cal City when he ran for the US Senate. He is actually from New York. As for music, Cal City is also known for “Cal City Swing” which is a beat still used by country bands in the Chicago & NW Indiana areas and was developed in the many country bars & strip clubs that flourished there in the 40s & 50s. Interestingly, one of the founders of Crate & Barrel is also from Cal City. Not a likely combination.

    Ipso Fatso (10964d)

  13. Ipso, have you read any of the Ross H. Spencer private eye stories set in Logan Square?

    nk (dbc370)

  14. nk, no I haven’t. My guess is that you have and they must be good!!! I will check him out.

    Ipso Fatso (10964d)

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