Category Archives: Judiciary

My Dream about the Clintons

I’ve just spent several days reading Sally Bedell Smith’s For Love of Politics: Bill and Hillary Clinton: The White House Years, so I’m not that surprised that I had a dream about the Clintons last night. In my dream, I … Continue reading

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I Love George W. Bush

Today, NPR has a few stories that make me glad I voted for George W. Bush. They are as follows: 1. New Ob/Gyn Guidelines Stir Ethics, Legal Debate “March 19, 2008 · The Department of Health and Human Services says … Continue reading

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I Voted Today

I voted today! James Pate, Ohio resident with an Indiana license, went to the polls to vote in the Ohio primary. Usually, I get up at the crack of dawn to go to the polls. Today, however, I didn’t have … Continue reading

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In the Mold of Scalia and Thomas

Michael Westmoreland-White has a post on “judicial fundamentalists,” in which he forecasts a dim future if more justices like Scalia and Thomas get on the Supreme Court. At the present time, I’m not going to try to refute every one … Continue reading

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