June 9, 2010

Panel echoes Feingold on judicial hearings

Thomas Wilner said the process has forced presidents to nominate professor types who can speak with confidence about 50 to 100 major cases, turning the hearings into a sort of law review for "people in the Senate who really don't know what they are talking about." The crowd of lawyers, law students and academics attending the panel at the National Press Club laughed and applauded.
Judicial confirmation hearings a "joke"

What Russ Feingold said.

Now that Arlen Specter is out of the way, renominate Robert Bork.

Because he wasn't shy.

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