Whether it’s a bolt from the blue — or, as with many decisions handed down last week, a blot from the blue — the Supreme Court has broken with tradition to reverse itself on whether to reverse a ruling on our weird naval base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, a country … Continue reading


It’s like throwing dice and coming up all fives and fours these days whenever the court announces a decision. Hart has more here on the day the law died and I’m still scrolling through it (the race-based admissions for schools opinion is 185 pages long, the bastards). But here’s what … Continue reading

BushCo Never Implemented the “Southeast Louisiana Catastrophic Hurricane Plan”

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) released a report today on the 7,500 records they forced the DHS to turn over in a FOIA request and subsequent lawsuit. Will anyone be surprised to learn this is the same song, new verse, on the amazing incompetence of business folks trying to run government? Continue reading