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John Roberts

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On July 19, 2005

According to CNN. Profile here. To put it in crude terms, he seems in between Clement and Jones on the continuum of wingnuttery. …in the midst of a dinner party, but Nathan Newman has a great po

Not Clement

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On July 19, 2005
…according to ABC news. Who knows, but I believe it. An easily confirmable candidate, given Bush’s history, made no sense to me. My money’s on Jones. …w/r to Jones, from the SCOTUSblog profile: She commented during oral arguments in Waltman v. International Paper involving female plaintiff who had complained of a hostile work environment that […]

Yankee Hating

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On July 19, 2005
Read this. Today, apparently, is Duck of Minerva day. Several readers have e-mailed wondering where part III of my China series has gone. The answer is that it is in the same 95% complete status that it was three weeks ago, as are parts IV, V, and VI. From this, you can conclude that I […]

Grading

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On July 19, 2005

The answer is no. Grading is the least rewarding part of my job. Dan Nexon puts it just right: Still, when I try to describe what it is like to grade I often resort to metaphors involving large, brain

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