Monthly Archives: November 2013

The GOP Mines an Endless Vein of Hypocrisy: An Historic Bottomless Pit of Inconsistency

Oh how times have changed. When George Bush was in office, Senate Democrats approved nearly 200 nominees for district and circuit courts, without filibuster. When in July 2004 Democrats blocked three nominees were (bringing the grand total to ten), the … Continue reading »

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When the Blame Game Goes Bad

The root of all superstition is that men observe when a thing hits, but not when it misses. Sir Francis Bacon In modern times, Francis Bacon would say that “the root of all GOP hatred and vitriol is that conservatives … Continue reading »

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The Paralyzing Premise of Public Prayer

Sporadically over the past six years I have written that an obscure lawsuit, in a town nobody has heard of, was the most important legal battle being waged in our country. Now the case has come before the Supreme Court, … Continue reading »

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