Cruising the blogosphere, checking out the reaction to the 9/11 report. . . Tacitus has a measured response. He acknowledges that Dick Cheney is a damned liar, but notes that.
Should Bush look at the polls and dump Cheney, Gen. J.C. Christian proposes the logical replacement.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court held, 8-1, that defendants can make a sexual harassment claim against an employer when the environment was so hostile that the defendant was compelled to resign. The one.
David Neiwert points us to the cover story of Pat Buchanan's The American Conservative: a love-in between the man himself and self-appointed spokesman for pure progressive bodily fluids Ralph Nader. My first reaction is.
Warning: The following is long, rambling, inconclusive and pointless. Read at your own risk. Most of you have probably figured out that Rob is the Guns and Scott is the.
This quote from Tacitus is precious, even if I am appalled by it: Tacitus can't admit he was wrong even in the face of facts! Which is to say, because I recognize.
About the merits of Elk Grove v. Nedow, I would say briefly that 1)the standing analysis that allowed the Court to duck the issue isn't very convincing, but was probably politically.
Matt Yglesias, Kevin Drum, and Jesse Taylor have talked this to death. . . Here in Seattle, we have two major newspapers. The P-I is a middle of the road moderate newspaper,.