The Legal Satyricon features “occasionally irreverent thoughts on law, liberty, tech and politics.”  It’s published by a number of Satyriconistas, who are described as “a diverse group of writers, all selected to write…because of the quality of their work and the depth of their minds….the only common thread is that none of us take ourselves too seriously and we are committed to fostering wide open and robust debate.”  You’ll find recent posts on taxes on Christmas trees, Herman Cain, whether pizza is a vegetable, and state open meetings, among others.