Is there a “fact of the matter?”

Bryan Caplan says, “Almost no one admits that many, if not most, laws are so vague that there is no ‘fact of the matter’ about what they mean.” Specifically, TARP is entering territories that he thought were illegal, but everyone (almost) seems inclined to reinterpret as legal now. Perhaps laws in his field, economics, are more vague and less clear than say, criminal law. I hope AH dismisses his viewpoint out of hand, you know, since he’s not a law professor :).


One Response to Is there a “fact of the matter?”

  1. Justin says:

    you can call this comment a solicitation or anything you like. But i call it as a cry for help. I find that the best way to get my words out and about is to comment on people’s blog and forum and hope that someone would read and visit my blog and in turn help me out.

    I may not be able to get all the people I contact to help me out, but if one out of every three people I contact have a heart, i may have something to look forward to tomorrow and the new year to come.

    Sorry to take up your time.. Please if you can visit the blog. Read a bit and see if you can help me in anyway.


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