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Kagan and Privacy

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On May 21, 2010
On the narrow point at issue, I agree with Yglesias and Greenwald that the conflation of sexual identity with someone's "sex life" is silly. I'm reminded of my favorite example of this, opponents of gay and lesbian rights attacking John Kerry for mentioning things about...

Blumenthal

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On May 19, 2010
The more information that emerges, the more that the Times pieces on Richard Blumenthal look like a shoddy hatchet job. Particularly given that this is far from unprecedented, it was foolish of me to take the original story at face value. See also this, which...

An incidental apocalypse?

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On May 19, 2010

The typical apocalyptic narrative either focuses on the grand events that brought about the end of civilization—nuclear war, global pandemic, sentient machines—or describes life after the shock of those events. .

Tom Tomorrow. A couple of weeks into this I'm curious about how many self-identified progressives are OK with the Kagan nomination as it stands, or more precisely will remain OK with it when her confirmation hearings feature, as they almost surely will, nothing beyond the...
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