Yale Law School, Griwsold v. Connecticut, and President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are the subject of my column this week. Please check it out at the New Boston Post (here), Reason (here), and the New York Sun (here).
One of the Reason commenters asked if the Senators actually asked Kavanaugh about Griswold during the confirmation hearing. According to ScotusBlog, Kavanaugh was asked about it, and responded that he found Justice White's concurrence a persuasive opinion. White, by the way, went to Yale Law School too. White's opinion in Griswold relied on the 14th Amendment rather than on Justice Douglas's "penumbras, formed by emanations."