Friday, October 14, 2005


Chattanooga Choo-Choo

Sorry, ladies and gentlemen, but blogging will be light today, as I have hearings in Chattanooga. With any luck, I will be back in Knox by COB this evening with a post congratulating my young colleagues who are notified of their bar results. At least, that is the plan as of this moment.

For those of you who MUST read something heading into the weekend, I recommend the following:

Peggy Noonan's piece on how the White House can fix its Miers mess;
Fred Barnes' editorial on what conservatives owe President Bush;
Joseph Farah's explanation of why Miers will never arrive at Senate Judiciary;
The Commercial Appeal's editorial as to why Miers should not be confirmed.

Sorry for the brief obsession with one issue on this blog, but I feel the importance of a Supreme Court nomination deserves full coverage. Besides, no other issue may impact conservatives more in 2005 - and beyond - than the shaping of a new Supreme Court. In sports terms, this is a must-win game. It is that important.

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