This article in the Columbia Journalism Review discusses Judge Richard Posner, with a focus on some of his First Amendment cases. From the article:
Still, for every decision that hints at a rigidity in his thinking, I find an article or opinion that contradicts it. Posner confounds categorization. He’s not a water-carrier, he’s not a true ideologue, he’s not even a pure free-marketeer. He’s trying to convince us all — lawyers, students, his readers, and now journalists — that moral reasoning, idealism, and the entire messy spectrum of human feeling are all imperfect ways of ordering the law. He’s just looking for the mathematical formula to prove it.
Hat tip: Political Theory Daily Review