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July 21, 2018
LAW/POLITICS: Democratic Desperation on Kavanaugh is Showing

NRO: Democratic Desperation on Kavanaugh is Showing

Posted by Baseball Crank at 12:35 PM | Law 2009-Present • | Politics 2018 • | Writings Elsewhere
July 12, 2018
LAW/POLITICS/HISTORY: Revenge for Merrick Garland?

LA Times: Revenge for Merrick Garland? Democrats don't have history on their side

Posted by Baseball Crank at 7:00 AM | History • | In Print • | Law 2009-Present • | Politics 2018 • | Writings Elsewhere
July 10, 2018
LAW/POLITICS: Kavanaugh Reaction

I'm quoted in this CBS News commentary by Michael Graham:

"Brett Kavanaugh is basically John Roberts 2.0, a product of the Bush Administration and the conservative legal elite," says Dan McLaughlin of the conservative "National Review."

"He's not the most populist choice, or the most politically provocative. But he's a serious movement conservative, brilliant, universally well-liked, experienced, and independent-minded, and a devoted critic of the administrative state."

"If you're a Federalist Society conservative who wants to win the long-term arguments about how law is made, Brett Kavanaugh is a great choice," McLaughlin said.

and this Caleb Howe piece from before the choice (I guessed wrong, predicting Judge Raymond Kethledge) - my preferred picks:

"Amy Coney Barrett and Am[u]l Thapar. Trump dipped into the traditional elite Beltway movement conservative high priesthood for Gorsuch, to great effect, and its candidates (Kavanaugh and Kethledge) are highly qualified and solidly conservative. But this time, he needs more than just another smart white man in a dark suit. Barrett and Thapar are DC outsider picks but both brilliant and highly conservative, Thapar as a veteran trial judge, Barrett as a distinguished academic. Barrett would provoke the most outlandish response, and be the best choice for energizing Republicans heading into the midterms."
Posted by Baseball Crank at 6:00 AM | Law 2009-Present • | Politics 2018
May 18, 2018
POLITICS: Why The Royals Matter, and Why The U.S. Needs Its Own

NBC Think: Why The Royals Matter, and Why The U.S. Needs Its Own

Posted by Baseball Crank at 8:01 PM | Podcasts and Media • | Politics 2018
March 1, 2018
PODCAST: NRO Editors 3/1/18

NRO Podcast: Parkland Shooting, Jared Kushner Loses His Clearance, etc.

Posted by Baseball Crank at 4:42 PM | Podcasts and Media • | Politics 2018
February 19, 2018
POLITICS: Let the Kids Talk - but That's Not the End of Any Debate

NRO: Let the Kids Talk - but That's Not the End of Any Debate

Posted by Baseball Crank at 5:15 PM | Politics 2018 • | Writings Elsewhere
January 17, 2018
PODCAST/POLITICS: The Editors: Of Holes and Houses

NRO Editors Podcast: Of Holes and Houses

Posted by Baseball Crank at 3:12 PM | Podcasts and Media • | Politics 2018
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