W. Kevin Vicklund

Author's details

Name: W. Kevin Vicklund
Date registered: August 26, 2011
URL: http://missingthepoint.wordpress.com/

Latest posts

  1. First ID, Now SSM — July 11, 2013
  2. (Some) Progress in Sanford — March 25, 2012
  3. Progressive Libertarianism – Introduction — March 25, 2012
  4. To What Extent the Appeal? Part 2 — December 8, 2011

Most commented posts

  1. Progressive Libertarianism – Introduction — 57 comments
  2. (Some) Progress in Sanford — 29 comments
  3. First ID, Now SSM — 13 comments
  4. To What Extent the Appeal? Part 2 — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 11 2013

First ID, Now SSM

- guest-blogged by W. Kevin Vicklund Judge John E. Jones III, made famous for his 2005 decision striking down Intelligent Design in the Dover, PA school district, is making the headlines again.  He has been assigned a case, brought by ten couples and a widow, challenging Pennsylvania’s law banning marriage equality.  The case is Whitewood …

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Mar 25 2012

(Some) Progress in Sanford

guest-blogged by W. Kevin Vicklund Some good news from Sanford, Florida, where a member of the neighborhood watch murdered a teen visiting his family, and was not arrested. The State Attorney just-assigned to the Trayvon Martin death investigation said her office is already on the case.  State Attorney Angela Corey said two of her lead …

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Mar 25 2012

Progressive Libertarianism – Introduction


guest-blogged by W. Kevin Vicklund With the Reason Rally yesterday in DC, and Rock Beyond Belief next weekend at Fort Bragg, Ed is on vacation.  So as I often do, I have offered to provide some content for Dispatches this week.  While I may have some one-off topics as the opportunity arises, I have a …

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Dec 08 2011

To What Extent the Appeal? Part 2

- guest-blogged by W. Kevin Vicklund Late last year, I guest-blogged on the old Dispatches about whether the government should be required to appeal a policy it doesn’t want to defend.  While I ended up deciding that the executive branch should be allowed to cut bait after the initial trial without being forced to appeal, …

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