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On "Borking"

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On April 28, 2005
Lindsay is very good on the attempts of various bloggers to defend the specious accusations of religious bigotry being dragged by various persons of bad faith into a debate about judicial nominations. (Do you think that Professor Bainrbridge as appalled that a non-believer would have no chance of being elected to major office in this […]

Take The "7" Train

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On April 26, 2005
As someone who believes that spring break should be used for scholarly purposes, I thought it would be a good idea to observe oral arguments in the compelling case of Martinez v. Smoltz of Fulton County, Georgia. The latter have more precedents on their side than one might prefer, but they will face some very […]

Kristof?

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On April 25, 2005

When he’s not buying Thai prostitutes, Nick Kristof occasionally gets one right. But if the Bush administration had just adopted the policies that Colin Powell initially pushed for – and t

Seattle Event: Fog of War

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On April 25, 2005
Seattle area readers, There will be a free screening of the Fog of War tomorrow from 6-9pm at the HUB Auditorium, under the auspices of Pi Sigma Alpha, UW’s Political Science Honor Society. Dr. Lance Bennett, Professor Roger Morris, and myself will apparently answer questions about the film and about American foreign policy more generally […]

Take the Quiz

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On April 25, 2005

Final exam questions at Jim Evans Academy of Professional Umpiring. I scored 7/10 on the True-False, 3/4 on the Make the Call, and 3/4 on the Fair or Foul. UPDATE: Fair or Foul is here, and answers ar

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