'Truthiness' in the High Court

, The National Law Journal

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The Cato Institute and its client, satirist P.J. O’Rourke, have presented the court with an amicus curiae brief replete with attempts at humor—all aimed at making the point that humor and even falsehoods are essential to politics and the First Amendment.

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