In a way that was vaguely consistent with my earlier prediction, the Court refused to fully cede jurisdiction and give unlimited executive power to the presidency, but did so in a.
A particularly silly post by Josh Chafetz getting into a lather over an accurate letter sent out by the Kerry campaign about an idiotic Hair Club For Growth ad being featured.
The fine folk at The Rittenhouse Review offer us a meaningful choice in this election year: the best ADA in Law & Order history. The answer, of course, is "Jill Hennessy." I.
Atrios's instincts are right on all counts--Scalia is correct, and that is scary. To provide the background, the decision today in Blakeley is an extension of the Court's 2000 decision Apprendi v. New.
A new low from Zell Miller "Democrat" Mickey Kaus. The good news is that Count Hackula expressed a progressive political sentiment for the first time since the Nixon Administration. The bad news is that he uses transparently fake anti-misogyny.
Reluctant as I am to disagree with both Atrios and my co-bloggers, I think Yglesias is pretty clearly right here: ...as I've been discovering, Washington insiders not on the AFL-CIO payroll.
Jack Balkin, in a must-read post, provides another reason to be skeptical about Jon Chait's claim that the 2004 election won't be important. Balkin notes the potentially disastrous consequences of.
William Saletan makes a feeble attempt to defend the worthless "Kerryisms" column. I particularly like this bit of disingenuousness: Another blogger, Eugene Volokh, gets the joke and doesn't like it. "Another possibility.