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Archive for the ‘Blog Monitoring’ Category

5/12/08: News from the Blogs

The Latest Blogpost from Guantanamo: The Relevance of Discovery in Trial – ACS Blog
A cap on the latest at Guantanamo provided by ACS.
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5/9/08: What the Presidential Candidates are Saying about Judicial Nominations

Opposing view: Restrain judicial activism – USA Today Blog
Writer Tony Perkins supports John McCain’s views on appointing judges to the Federal and Supreme court.
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5/6/08: Boston Legal Takes on The Supreme Court

Far-right demands fealty on judicial nominees; McCain to acquiesce – The Carpetbagger Report
Post looking at what McCain was prepared to say this morning about Federal Judicial nominations, and what is his purpose.

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4/11/08: What the Blogs Are Saying

Judge Kaye Goes Big, Sues New York Over Judicial Pay – Law Blog
More coverage on Judge Kaye and her suing for a pay raise, for NY judges, on the Wall Street Journal.

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4/10/08: Today From the Blogs

Massey, Massey, Massey – Lincoln Walks at Midnight
More on Massey and the West Virginia Supreme Court.

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4/9/08: What is in the Blogs?

What Will Happen To Detainees If Guantanamo Is Closed? – ACS Blog
Jeffery Toobin attempts to answer this question.

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4/8/08: The Return of the Blog Watch

America’s Next Top Justice? – Above the Law
ATL blog speculates who will be nominated next for the Supremes.

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4/4/08: Around the Blogoshpere and Remembering Dr. King

U.S. immigration raids violated constitution: suit – Talk Left
More information and analysis on the Seaton Hall Law Center’s suit against the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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4/3/08: The Daily Blog Postings


Judge Explains His Decision to Order Whites Out of Courtroom
– Law Blog – Wall Street Journal

Judge Arrington, of Georgia, explains why he had the talk with just African Americans in his courtroom. Very interesting read, with video.

Another day, another bit of proof: There’s no compromising on FISA. – Daily Kos
A bit of pessimism on a potential FISA compromise.

Time to Invoke the “Thurmond Rule” on Bush Judicial Nominees – Talk Left
Senators in Congress want President Bush’s judicial nominees appointed NOW!

On, Wisconsin…Supreme Court – National Association of Manufacturers
Reaction to the Wall Street Journal editorial. Also, Professor Althouse has her reaction to the article and the Wisconsin elections as well.

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4/2/08: Live From the Blogs

The Rundown: It’s Justice Gableman – All Politics
Full rundown on the Wisconsin Supreme Court election, and a breakdown of the results.
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