Powerl Line is not too happy: "She had a decade-long record as a district court judge, but Ralph Neas and Nan Aron apparently found nothing to object
Powerl Line is not too happy: "She had a decade-long record as a district court judge, but Ralph Neas and Nan Aron apparently found nothing to object to. An attorney I know who has appeared before her has nothing positive to say. From a conservative point of view this would be (is?)a high risk nominee. I hope someone will point me to evidence that I'm wrong. Mark Levin at Bench Memos asked for such evidence and does not appear, as yet, to have received any."
LifeNews likes the other Edith better:" Edith Jones and Edith Brown Clement, both of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit are frequently mentioned as the top potential women for a Supreme Court nod. Jones is pro-life and has issued a decision condemning the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion."
I have to resist the urge to immediately like her because of what I'm reading here, but I have to take a look like everybody else. Here's her page in Wikpedia.
From this Sunday's This Week, apparently George Will believes women aren't capable of worrying about more than one topic at a time and doesn't realize that it's the likes of him pretending that women's ability to control their own contraception is Read more...