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
Let me see if I get this straight: EVERYONE* who’s seen it thinks Michael Moore’s new movie is the best thing he’s ever done, and addresses a critical issue in American life that’s being ignored at — literally — the peril of every American. (The Fox News reporter at Cannes … Continue reading
Well, you knew it was coming. The White House has imperiously thrown out house AND senate congressional subpoenas, and the Roberts Supreme Court decided that 1954’s Brown v. Board of Education, the legal bedrock of the entire Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, the case that put Thurgood … Continue reading
Without further comment. Courage.