Non-Sequiturs: 06.21.17

* “Trump’s Most Lasting Legacy? America’s courts.” [The Atlantic via How Appealing]

* Speaking of the Supreme Court, which justice is most frequently first out of the gate when it comes to questioning at oral argument? Adam Feldman runs the numbers. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* Floyd Abrams, celebrated First Amendment lawyer and author (affiliate link), laments the sad state of freedom of speech on college campuses today. [Concurring Opinions]

* Well, this is interesting: DOJ Pride, the Justice Department’s group for LGBT employees, will honor Gavin Grimm this year, as Chris Geidner reports. [BuzzFeed]

* Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who’s not exactly a Donald Trump fan, thinks the Donald has a better than even chance of winning reelection in 2020. [Instapundit]

* And he’s not alone, as Ann Althouse’s round-up of reactions to Jon Ossoff’s failed congressional run suggests. [Althouse]
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