Legal Schnauzer: The criminal prosecution of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is perhaps the best known case that apparently was infected with ju
June 16, 2009

Legal Schnauzer: The criminal prosecution of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is perhaps the best known case that apparently was infected with judicial bias. But recent news about cases that orginated in West Virginia and Georgia indicate the problem is widespread and difficult to combat.

Wonk Room: McCain reminds us of the bullet we...kinda dodged last November, and Obama takes Dennis Ross out of the diplomatic kitchen

The Baseline Scenario: The Geithner/Summers proposals for financial regulation lay the foundation for another financial crisis

Nashville Is Talking: GOP state senator's aide circulates racist image of Obama

Mad Kane: Don't Ask, Don't Tell...Just Sign!

Collateral News: Medical Marijuana

Amos Elon (1926–2009)

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