The Law Talk podcast is back, as Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo open up the faculty lounge for a post-spring break session. This time: Unrest on Yoo's home turf at UC-Berkeley; a federal judge knocks down the Trump Administration's attempt to punish sanctuary cities; the professors debate the constitutionality of Trump's missile strikes on Syria (along with a history lesson on the War Powers Resolution); and the Supreme Court considers a potentially groundbreaking case on public funds for religious institutions out of Missouri. All that plus a meditation on the depth of Howard Dean's constitutional illiteracy, the professors' annual World Series picks, and a lengthy digression about 19th century presidential campaign slogans. Oyez, oyez, Law Talk listeners: you can now become a Ricochet member for only $2,50 and weigh on posts like this. Join today!Support the Ricochet Audio NetworkAre you a Ricochet Audio Network podcast listener? Would you like to support the great podcasts you already listen to all the time? Now you can with the Podcast Listener member level at the Ricochet Audio Network for just $2.50 per month. Become a supporting member today: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Please Also Support Our SponsorsCasperhttp://casper.com/ricochetGet premium mattresses for a fraction of the price delivered to your door! Casper is revolutionizing the mattress industry by cutting the cost of dealing with resellers and showrooms and passing that savings directly to the consumer. Get $50 off your first purchase! Go to Casper.com/ricochet/ and use the coupon code RICOCHET at checkout.SimpliSafehttp://simplisafe.com/ricochetProtect your home the smart way WITHOUT the expensive long-term contracts using SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/ricochet.