My podcast Divided Argument with Dan Epps has enjoyed a high-season this month as the Supreme Court released the vast majority of its most important opinions. Below are the episode from this month.
SMUGLER, We talk about the Bivens decision Egbert V. Boule as well as the issue of constitutional remedies. First, we discuss the Court’s pace of opinions and Dobbs investigation into Justice Kavanaugh’s attempted attack.
COBRA: Our focus is on two Indian law rulings — Ysleta del Sur Pueblo v. Texas, Denezpi v. United States — and also the arbitration case Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana, as well as DIG in Arizona v. San Francisco. Dan provides some advice on health insurance.
Character Sketches: In our longest episode yet, we break down two massively consequential cases — Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. The controversial claim that Justice Kavanaugh doesn’t care much about the opinions of most people is what I make. This, however, is not why he wrote those concurrences.
Also, transcripts are available for 1/3 of episodes (and the third soon), for people who may not listen to the episode while they walk or drive.