S-P-I-N: What's behind recent headlines about courts and the law
"Is it just me, or has the news relating to the courts and the legal system been a bit weird recently?" writes Orin Kerr of The Volokh Conspiracy. "The big stories in the past few weeks have been filibusters in the Senate, Justice Sunday, the alleged Constitution-in-Exile movement, and Tom DeLay's criticism of Justice Kennedy. All of these stories have something in common, I think. They are mostly proxies for the political struggle to confirm the Bush Administration's choice to replace the ailing Chief Justice Rehnquist ..."
Juan Non-Volokh bears witness in his post, "Wilentz plays with numbers."
What do you think? Kerr's open to comments.
Posted by Product Team on April 29, 2005 at 04:50 PM | Permalink
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