Monday, September 18, 2006
To test Jeff's claim to spongeworthiness, I ask him, and anyone really, this highly geekish question: Of all the cases cited in the U.S. Reports, over centuries of U.S. Supreme Court decision-making, one case is cited more than any other. Even Leiter has not yet counted this. Jeff, name that case.
Hint: it is not Marbury v. Madison.
UPDATE: Jeff gave up too early and Frank Snyder got it, in the hand grenade sense. I'll leave the answer for the Comments just in case you stumbled on this.