Thursday, September 30, 2004
There is something wrong with my email.
For some reason, I did not get the email
from the Top-Notch Appellate litigators
who condemned the nameless former law clerks at the Supreme Court
who allegedly whined to Vanity Fair about Bush v. Gore
. Like many of the signatories, I was not a member of “the elect
” but I am a member of the Federalist Society
, therefore it must be the fault of a technical glitch that I was not asked to sign a letter demanding confidentiality from law clerks, even though, like most top-notch appellate litigators
, I do my best to find out everything I can about the judges I either argue before
or lecture to
Monday, September 20, 2004
" has a sponsor: No, I haven't entered into a twelve-step program to rid myself of an addition to blogging and Googling myself
to find out how much of a top-notch appellate litigator
I y’am. Rather, the purpose of this post is to point out that the good folks at Goatse.cx
will be sponsoring "How Appalling
" for the next two months, and maybe longer. Indeed, I believe that Constitution allows individuals to be forced to sponsor How Appalling indefinitely? You mean that the opportunity to sponsor "How Appalling
" exists? Apparently so. This offer is good until the war on terror eneds
. Please give me money.
Thursday, September 02, 2004
A Heritage of Truth!
As I noted here
I have been in constant communication with the good folks at the Heritage Foundation
. As all of you know, I am well-regarded by the Heritage Foundation
because the Heritage Foundation
thinks that I am an unbiased purveyor of appellate truth, in the forms of textbites. If the Heritage Foundation
relies on me, then they must be true and honest.