Friday, July 23, 2004

Fieger's an Ass -- Huge Surprise

It appears that a Michigan appellate court has overturned a jury award in favor of a client of Geoffrey Fieger because Fieger acted like an ass. Not a big surprise. This guy is basically a worthless loudmouth who would do anything to get himself press.

Thursday, July 15, 2004

I'm Sure Geragos Loves This

Crime & Federalism: Funny stuff.

Where's Barry Scheck When We Need Him?

I just LOVE the Iraqui's. I'm just waiting for the fools from the Innoncence Project to claim that Saddam shouldn't be executed because we may have the wrong guy, and the DNA can prove it.

Wednesday, July 14, 2004

Funny Stuff

Thank you, Mr. Poon!

Arlen? Non!

We have decided that we will NOT vote for Arlen Specter in November. Stay tuned for our endorsement.

Slim Fast Exercises Its Rights

Slim Fast has axed the singularly unentertaining Whoopi Goldberg as a spokesman. Seems the Slim Fast folks were a little less than pleased by Droopy's vulgar rant at that Kerry fundraiser last week. I suppose we will soon hear the howls of "censorship" emanating from the bowels of the malcontented left.

Monday, July 12, 2004

The Spoof - Bush Nominates Satan

Now this is good funny.

Now I'm Really Pissed

Tonight the free ads were for Bill Clinton's piece of shit book. Related searches were John Kerry and Daschle. What happens if I mention Hitler. Or better yet -- Tom Delay?

Thursday, July 08, 2004

How Very Odd

I've been wondering why Blogger occasionally runs ads for Democrat leaning services on this blog. It's awfully odd, to say the least. Any thoughts?

Ken Starr Responds

Today's Wall Street Journal editorial page contains this piece by former Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, in which Judge Starr addresses deficiencies in Bill Clinton's world view as revealed by Clinton's self absorbed, unnecessarily long memoir, "My Life."

Wednesday, July 07, 2004

Not Political, But Interesting Nonetheless

For those running small practices, as I do, this article > from The Legal Times concerning collecting fees, is interesting and helpful.

Confirm Claude Allen

As usual, Boyden Gray is absolutely right in this piece on National Review Online. Gray's criticisms of the left wing groups opposed to Allen's nomination are dead on accurate.

More on Holmes

This excellent piece assessing the Holmes vote appears on today. Sound analysis suggesting that the vote on Holmes doesw not bode well for Kerry/Edwards hopes of carrying Arkansas this year.

Leon Holmes Confirmed

Anything that pisses off People for the American Way makes me happy. Leon Holmes deserved to be confirmed, and we are pleased that he was, finally. On a related note, Kay Bailey Hutchison has a lot of 'splaining to do.

Saturday, May 29, 2004

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

The White House Got Rolled on Judicial Nominees

Byron York hits the nail on the head in this piece criticizing the deal the White House made with Puff Daschle to forego further judicial recess appointments in exchange for the confirmation of certain "non-controversial" nominees. The White House got nothing out of this deal. It is an embarrassment, as is the Administration's record generally on the issue of judicial nominations.

Tuesday, May 11, 2004


Its been two weeks, and I still can't bring myself to even think about voting for Arlen Specter in November.

Sunday, May 09, 2004

Buckley Supports Bishop's Position on Kerry & Communion

WFB eloquently states the case lfor the Church's position with respect to whether Pez Head should be allowed to receive Communion. Thanks to Feddie at Southern Appeal for the link.

Tuesday, April 27, 2004

Specter Must Go

I did my patriotic duty today and voted for Pat Toomey in his primary contest with The Great Satan a/k/a Arlen Specter. How much do I loathe Arlen? Several years ago, after the Republican impeachment debacle in which the GOP could not muster a majority on any of the 4 counts against the Philanderer in Chief (and Satan's now infamous, idiotic "not proven" vote) I left the Republican Party out of disgust and registered independent. Last month, I changed my party affiliation back and re-registered as a Republican for the sole purpose of voting against Specter. National Review was right when it branded Specter as the worst member of the United States Senate. He simply must go, and Pat Toomey offers Pennsylvania the best chance to dispatch this unprincipled disgrace of a Senator.

Miranda Blasts Hatch

Manuel Miranda, the GOP staffer forced to resign his Judiciary Committee position for the non-crime of exposing the highly unethical -- and perhaps unlawful -- tactics of Senate Democrats and their liberal special interest masters in improperly blocking President Bush's judicial nominees, has this piece on the GOPUSA website today blasting Orrin Hatch for his non-leadership of the GOP membership on the Judiciary Committee. Miranda is dead on.

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Thursday, April 08, 2004

Kennedy's Corruption

The Washington Times has this article today disucussing the attempt by Senator Fat Boy's staff to improperly affect the outcome of the Michigan affirmative action case in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. This calls for serious investigation.

Thursday, March 18, 2004

Scalia Refuses to Recuse in Cheney Case

Justice Scalia made the right choice when he refused to recuse himself from the Cheney case. The liberal squawkers cannot be allowed to improperly influence the composition of the courts, as it appears they attempted to do in connection with the Sixth Circuit's consideration of the University of Michigan affirmative action cases.

Tuesday, March 09, 2004

WSJ on Scalia Recusal

The Wall Street Journal weighs in on the silly controversy over Justice Scalia's duck hunting outing with Vice President Cheney

Monday, March 08, 2004

To Clarify ...

what I meant by that last post -- who gives a hoot what Ted Kennedy thinks with respect to the Prior appointment. The guy (My Big Fat Obnoxious Senator, that is) got booted from law school, for Pete;s sake.

Kennedy Questions Bush Recess Appointment (

Who really cares about this?

Southern Appeal

There can be no question that Southern Appeal is one of the finest -- if not THE finest -- law and politics blog in the blogosphere.

Chief Stepping Down?

A very troubling post on Drudge concerning Chief Justice Renquist's possible retirement. Let's hope this is sheer speculation and a misinterpretation of the Chief's remarks.

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Creditors Rights

I love Howard Bashman's blog, How Appealing, as much as anyone, but I think his little announcement of the opening of his new firm was self-congratulatory to an annoying degree. Shut up and file your brief, Howard.