Monday, May 16, 2005


Robert Novak discusses NARAL's "fishing expeditions" for judges.

He and Craig Varoga, a former aide to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, are partners in a California political consulting firm. Their May 5 petition requested financial information on 30 appellate judges in all but one of the country's judicial circuits, including nine widely mentioned Supreme Court possibilities. Varoga & Rice's client: NARAL Pro-Choice America.

I'm all with Hadley Arkes on this.

Catez Stevens has compiled a collection of posts on the tragedy occurring in Darfur.

"Biased," "unqualified," "most extreme," "the worst" "controversial," "extreme by just about any standard," "too radical," "not moderate or mainstream" and "unfit". All these words to describe two judges who don't believe that the Constitution grants the right to abortion. Planned Parenthood sure does love their adjectives especially since they have absolutely no argument. You'd think with their budget they could hire a public relations director that could come up with something more than adjective-filled rant.

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