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“In case that phrasing confuses you, it was an allusion to the notion of transnationalism that is currently hot in some circles.”
“As we've seen more synchronization of performance of stock markets and equities, we're moving into a time of, what I call, "transnationalism," whereby it's all about the make-up of individual companies.”
“Beck loves individual liberty, but opposes it to "transnationalism" as though the illegal spying programs and baseless arrests and denials of the right to assemble come from the United Nations.”
“I like how you spent the lead-up to the 2008 election on your knees giving Barack Obama a hummer and suddenly you're saying "I told you so" regarding what the rest of us already knew regarding Obama's love of "transnationalism".”
“Krikorian illustrates "transnationalism" whereby immigrants do not invest in America, but keep one foot, as well as ear, in their former countries.”
“Nonetheless, we shouldn't be surprised, if Boye or Garzón seek an indictment in the International Criminal Court, which would be consistent with Koh's "transnationalism":,”
“Koh's "transnationalism" stands in contrast to good, old-fashioned notions of national sovereignty, in which our Constitution is the highest law of the land.”
“By the way, some folks seem to imagine that "transnationalism" is an epithet invented by conservatives to stigmatize lefty-schmefty internationalists like Koh for their disregard for American national interests.”
“On the one road, there is an activist in the court, one that might try to twist the law to fit an agenda - on the other road, is a judge who interprets the Constitution the way it is supposed to be interpreted, strictly and honestly, with the only agenda being the continued Constitutional Health our country needs to maintain a balance to usurping theories like "transnationalism".”
“For those who don't realize how terrible Barack Obama's Supreme Court picks would be, I've started a series of posts on Bench Memos that will look at some of the leading contenders and flesh out my Here's my initial post on Yale law school dean Harold Koh and his judicial "transnationalism".”
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