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Poetry Corner

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On June 30, 2006
From Chris Clarke–The Love Song Of J. Edgar Goldstein, a loving tribute to a blogger who has done so much to bring civility and dignity to the blogosphere: And would I have been worth it, after all,Without the quips, the martyrdom, the glee,Without the one-act plays of Locke and Shannon Doherty?Would I have been worth […]

Still Nothing on Hamdan

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On June 28, 2006
The Supreme Court announced three opinions today, but the biggest one (Hamdan v. Rumsfeld) wasn’t among them. The court did rule that Texas’ redistricting plan was constitutional (finding, regrettably but probably correctly, that only redistricting every ten years is an informal norm rather than a legal requirement) but that one of the districts violated the […]

Deluge

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On June 28, 2006
I spend three days in DC, and it rains nine and a half inches. Much flooding, as you may have heard, prevented an investigation of any of the major museums. Will post a bit later on the craptastic World War II Memorial. Now I’m in New York, and it’s still raining, albeit with considerably less […]

TAP on Abortion

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On June 27, 2006

The American Prospect’s three-article package on abortion rights–including an article by yours truly–is now up and accessible to all; make sure to check it out. Because many of my ar

Go Beavs!!!!!

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On June 27, 2006

Congratulations to the Oregon State Beavers on winning the College World Series! I know that as a Duck I should never take a pro-Beav stance, but the University of Oregon lacks a baseball team, and in

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