DOMA and Federalism Roundup

A blogosphere debate over DOMA and Federalism has sparked over past couple of days.  We have compiled a chronological roundup of the arguments:

"The Federalism Brief" submitted in U.S. v. Windsor, against DOMA.

"There is No Federalism Objection to Section Three of the Defense of Marriage Act" by Nick Rosenkranz at The Volokh Conspiracy.

"Is There A General Definitions Power?" by Randy Barnett at Volokh

"Can Statutory Definitions Be Unconstitutional on Federalism Grounds?" by Jonathan H. Adler at Volokh

"Why Does Federalism Matter in an Equal Protection Case?" by Jonathan H. Adler at Volokh

"More on DOMA and federalism" by Sasha Volokh at Volokh

"From Whom or What is DOMA Defending Traditional Marriage" by Randy Barnett at Volokh

"More on the Ridiculous Federalism Argument Against DOMA" by Ed Whelan at National Review Online's Bench Memos

"The Chief Justice's Hypo and the Definition of Marriage." by Jonathan H. Adler at Bench Memos

"The Chief Justice’s Excellent Hypothetical: Under Our System of Federalism, Can You Be Both Married and Unmarried at the Same Time?" by Randy Barnett at Volokh

"Response to Randy Barnett on the Chief's Excellent Hypothetical" by Ed Whelan at Bench Memos

"Can the Federal Government Define 'Property' For the Purposes of Federal Law?" by Orin Kerr at Volokh

"Why Striking Down DOMA on Federalism Grounds Would not Lead to 'Litigation Chaos'"  by Ilya Somin at Volokh

"Can the Federal Government Define 'Property' For Purposes of Federal Law? – A Response to Orin" by Jonathan H. Adler at Volokh

"'Federalism Scholar' Against DOMA Says Federalism Ruling Would Nationalize Federal Marriage Benefits for Same-Sex Marriages!" by Ed Whelan at Bench Memos

"Three Senses in Which DOMA Implicates Federalism" by Dale Carpenter at Volokh

"Question for Randy Barnett and Jonathan Adler" by Ed Whelan at Bench Memos

"Answers to Ed Whelan's Questions" by Randy Barnett at Volokh