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Monday, May 23, 2005


"Who Could Win Every Senator's Vote?" This week's "Debate Club" feature online at legalaffairs.org focuses on the concept of finding a U.S. Supreme Court nominee whom the U.S. Senate would confirm by a vote of 100-0. The participants in this week's discussion are Law Professor Carl W. Tobias and Arkadi Gerney, the director of StartChange, an advocacy group that is launching draftblank.org.
Posted at 11:40 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


The U.S. Senate is now back in session debating the nomination of Priscilla R. Owen to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit: You can view the proceedings live online via C-SPAN2 by clicking here.

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D. (R-TN) just stated that the cloture vote on Owen's nomination will occur mid-morning tomorrow. In the absence of cloture, Senator Frist could then proceed to invoke the so-called "nuclear option" preventing the use of filibusters to block up-or-down votes on judicial nominees.
Posted at 11:33 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Senate moderates forming power center; Deal on nominees could spur change": Rick Klein has this article today in The Boston Globe.

Today at National Review Online, Law Professor Jonathan H. Adler has an essay entitled "Not Activist Enough: The Left's real problem with Priscilla Owen."

And online at The American Prospect, Law Professor Bruce Ackerman has an essay entitled "Cheney's Betrayal -- Forgotten in the filibuster debate: the vice president's unconstitutional decision not to follow Senate rules."
Posted at 11:23 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


In news from Massachusetts: The Boston Globe today reports that "SJC chief decries 'attacks' on judges; Marshall defends bench independence."

The Daily News Tribune of Waltham reports that "Judge fires back at critics in Brandeis speech."

And The Associated Press reports that "Mass. Justice Defends Gay Marriage Ruling."
Posted at 10:30 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


Today's U.S. Supreme Court opinions and Order List: The Court today disposed of five argued cases.

1. In MedellĂ­n v. Dretke, No. 04-5928, the Court dismissed the writ of certiorari as improvidently granted. You can access the per curiam opinion here and the oral argument transcript here.

2. Justice Stephen G. Breyer delivered the opinion of the Court in Deck v. Missouri, No. 04-5293, a case involving whether a it violated the rights of a criminal defendant to appear in shackles before a jury that was deciding whether to impose the sentence of death on the defendant. You can access the opinion here and the oral argument transcript here.

3. Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the opinion of the Court in Clingman v. Beaver, No. 04-37, a case presenting the question whether Oklahoma's semiclosed primary system violates the right to freedom of association. You can access the opinion here and the oral argument transcript here.

4. Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the opinion of the Court in Johanns v. Livestock Marketing Assn., No. 03-1164, known in these parts as the beef check-off case. You can access the opinion here and the oral argument transcript here.

5. And Justice Sandra Day O'Connor delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court reversing the Ninth Circuit in Lingle v. Chevron U.S.A. Inc., No. 04-163, a case involving the Fifth Amendment's takings clause. You can access the opinion here and the oral argument transcript here.

Today's Order List can be accessed at this link. The Court today granted review in only one case, but it is a noteworthy one, as the news reports linked below demonstrate.

At "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston reports that "Court to hear abortion case, decides 5 cases."

Hope Yen of The Associated Press reports that "Court Taking Up Abortion Notification"; "Court Dismisses Death Row Rights Appeal"; and "Beef Makers Can Be Forced to Pay for Ads." And The AP's Gina Holland reports that "Court Rules Against Shackling Defendants."

James Vicini of Reuters, meanwhile, reports that "Justices dismiss case of Mexican on death row." Reuters also reports that "Top court allows beef promotion program" and "State can limit party primary election, court rules."
Posted at 10:00 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


On the agenda: The Supreme Court of the United States is scheduled to issue an Order List and one or more opinions in argued cases at 10 a.m. today.

And at 11:30 a.m. today, the U.S. Senate will resume debate over the nomination of Priscilla R. Owen to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Posted at 09:55 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"High court to consider gays' rights as parents; State Justices to hear custody, support cases": Howard Mintz has this article today in The San Jose Mercury News. The Supreme Court of California plans to provide live audio access over the internet to tomorrow's oral arguments.
Posted at 09:54 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Report of burglary may cost lawyer $300,000; He called it a break-in; She co-owned the house; They're in a federal case": L. Stuart Ditzen has this article today in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Posted at 09:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Election trial that opens today echoes beyond state": The Seattle Times contains this article today.

And The Olympian of Olympia, Washington reports today that "Governor says she prefers not to focus on case."
Posted at 09:48 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Surgeon senator faces a delicate operation; Frist's key role in the filibuster fight could make him presidential material": This article appears today in The Sacramento Bee.

And The Seattle Post-Intelligencer today contains articles headlined "State bills put at risk by Senate standoff" and "A single senator can slow proceedings to a crawl."
Posted at 09:44 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


On today's broadcast of NPR's "Morning Edition": The broadcast contained segments entitled "Political Wrap: Judicial Nominees, Stem Cell Research" and "Republicans Challenge Washington Governor in Court."
Posted at 09:40 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Revitalization Projects Hinge On Eminent-Domain Lawsuit": This article appeared Saturday in The Washington Post.

And Newsday today contains an article headlined "Backyard battle over land rights; Church group fights North Hempstead's bid to take site for public center."
Posted at 08:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Tribe to reopen smoke shop; state questions legality; 'What are they afraid of?' the Narragansetts' chief sachem asks" Saturday's issue of The Providence (R.I.) Journal contained this article.
Posted at 08:45 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Bush Nominees Could Tip Court Balances; Battle Centers on Judicial Picks Whom Democrats See Advancing A Conservative Trend": This article (free access provided) appears today in The Wall Street Journal.

The Los Angeles Times reports today that "Clock Ticks on Effort to Defuse Senate Battle; GOP leaders say they don't plan to stall Tuesday's judicial vote; The move may lead to the 'nuclear option' if a deal isn't reached today."

The Washington Times contains articles headlined "Sen. Allen predicts showdown will end in 'nuclear option'" and "Democrats flip-flop on filibusters."

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram contains an article headlined "From small-town start to the center of attention."

FOXNews.com reports that "'Activist Judges' Under Siege."

The Detroit Free Press reports that "Tug-of-war may derail court pick; Michigan judge could be left behind if Senate makes deal."

The Associated Press provides reports headlined "Senators Aim to Avert Filibuster Showdown" and "Senators Reading Article by Lobbyist."

Bloomberg News contains a report headlined "Senators in Middle of Judges' Debate Try to Overcome Suspicions."

And The Des Moines Register reports that "ISU Democrats do talking tribute to the filibuster; The student group started taking Thursday and will hit its 100th hour at 4:30 p.m. today."

In commentary, The Tucson Citizen contains an editorial entitled "McCain tries to solve rift on filibuster."

The Palm Beach Post contains an editorial entitled "It's not about filibusters; it's about total control."

The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania contains an editorial entitled "Make a deal; Judicial nominees deserve a vote."

The Roanoke Times contains an editorial entitled "The Senate's nuclear countdown: The GOP shouldn't scrap judicial filibusters just because they don't serve party purposes today."

The Berkshire Eagle contains an editorial entitled "Cool the nuclear option."

In The Washington Times, Donald Lambro has an op-ed entitled "Misleading filibuster myths."

In The Free Press of Kinston, North Carolina, columnist Mike Parker has an essay entitled "Judicial debate shows major shift in government."

And yesterday in The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star, Don Walton had an op-ed entitled "Norris, Wherry part of filibuster lore."
Posted at 07:10 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Devolution: Why intelligent design isn't." H. Allen Orr has this lengthy article in the May 30, 2005 issue of The New Yorker.
Posted at 06:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Monday, May 23, 2005


"Top state court to hear lesbian custody cases; Justices to decide parental status of former partners": Bob Egelko has this article today in The San Francisco Chronicle.
Posted at 06:44 AM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Trial for Governor's Seat Set to Start in Washington": The New York Times on Monday will contain this article.
Posted at 10:54 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Senate Leaders Prepare for Crucial Filibuster Vote": This front page article will appear Monday in The Washington Post.

The New York Times on Monday will report that "Senate Negotiations Go Down to Wire."

Monday's edition of USA Today will report that "Activists on right and left agree: No deals." The newspaper also offers this "nuclear option"-related graphic.

Monday's edition of Financial Times contains articles headlined "Senators limber up for battle over the filibuster" and "Prospects of Senate showdown intensify."

Monday's edition of The Independent (UK) contains an article headlined "Republicans 'go nuclear' with vote to ban the filibuster."

The Dallas Morning News on Monday will contain an article headlined "Public seeing more of judicial pick Owen, but less of who she is."

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram today contains an article headlined "Texas jurist at center of filibuster storm."

And Monday in The Los Angeles Times, Ronald Brownstein's "Washington Outlook" column will be headlined "Concept of Compromise Is Pushed Off Senate's Center Stage."
Posted at 10:44 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Clock ticking for Senate compromise; Showdown due Tuesday on judicial nominee, filibuster's future": CNN.com provides this report.

And Ron Hutcheson of Knight Ridder Newspapers reports that "Senate rules change would help Bush's effort to consolidate power."
Posted at 10:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


Judicial filibuster related coverage from C-SPAN: C-SPAN offers video online, on-demand, of a ton of recent judicial filibuster-related programming:RealPlayer is required to launch these video segments.
Posted at 07:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"War on the Floor: The Freshmen vs. the Varsity; Senators spar over tradition, and with one another, in a largely generational row over the filibuster." This article will appear in the May 30, 2005 issue of Time magazine, along with an article headlined "It's Lonely in The Middle."
Posted at 06:44 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"In Washington, Twilight of the Lawyer-Gods": Todd S. Purdham has this essay today in the Week in Review section of The New York Times.
Posted at 06:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


Also in Monday's edition of The Christian Science Monitor: Tomorrow's newspaper will contain articles headlined "Drama on the Hill: Americans shrug; As the Senate nears a showdown over filibusters, the answer to which party is winning the PR battle may be 'neither'"; "A new motion to make jury service more attractive"; and "Watch where you point that camera."
Posted at 06:33 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"The fate of the filibuster": Friday's broadcast of the Minnesota Public Radio program "Midday With Gary Eichten" included this segment (RealPlayer required) featuring, among the guests, Law Professor Ann Althouse, whose blog you can access here.
Posted at 05:24 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"The Choirboy: As head boy at a legendary choir school, Lawrence Lessig was repeatedly molested by the charismatic choir director, part of a horrific pattern of child abuse there; Now, as one of America's most famous lawyers, he's put his own past on trial to make sure such a thing never happens again." This lengthy article will be the cover story of the May 30, 2005 issue of New York magazine.

I previously noted Professor Lessig's oral argument before the Supreme Court of New Jersey in a post you can access here.
Posted at 04:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Next church-state dispute: 'In God We Trust'; A case challenging a display of the national motto is one of many battles over religious references in public places." Warren Richey will have this article Monday in The Christian Science Monitor.
Posted at 04:33 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Filibuster Fight": The Associated Press offers this interactive feature on judicial filibusters and the so-called "nuclear option."
Posted at 03:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Time running out for possible deal on Bush judges": Thomas Ferraro of Reuters provides this report.

The Associated Press provides a report headlined "McCain: Filibuster Showdown Can Be Averted."

Bloomberg News reports that "McCain Says Senate Has 'Last Opportunity' to Avert Showdown."

Monday's issue of Financial Times will contain articles headlined "Senate limbers up for battle over filibuster" and "Prospects of Senate showdown intensify."

And The Orange County Register today contains an editorial entitled "Judgment day."
Posted at 03:30 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


The Seattle Times is reporting: Today's newspaper contains articles headlined "Toss out felon vote, Gregoire still wins"; "Felon voters fit no single mold"; and "Felon-voting laws confusing, ignored."
Posted at 03:20 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Will the 'Nuclear Option' Remake the Senate?" This segment (RealPlayer required) appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition - Sunday."
Posted at 02:14 PM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"AG's office can represent Chief Justice Williams; The order is among eight issued by the state Supreme Court in advance of Tuesday's oral arguments in the suit that claims Frank J. Williams is no longer chief justice": The Providence (R.I.) Journal contains this article today.
Posted at 11:10 AM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"Bush Keeps Role in Senate Fray Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind; Publicly, the president remains an onlooker in the battle over his judicial nominees; But his strategy behind the scenes is another story": This article appears today in The Los Angeles Times.

The St. Petersburg Times today contains an article headlined "Bush's 2 nominees are many things to many people; Priscilla Owen and Janice Rogers Brown are brilliant and inspiring jurists...or out-of-touch right-wingers."

The May 30, 2005 issue of Newsweek magazine will contain an article headlined "In the Eye Of the Storm: Texas Supreme Court Justice Priscilla Owen is an unlikely protagonist in the Senate's toxic showdown over judges."

The Washington Times today contains an article headlined "Judge's past belies present criticisms."

The San Francisco Chronicle contains a front page article headlined "Shaping the judiciary."

The Chicago Tribune reports that "Hitler, Darth Vader invade Senate in bitter fight on judges."

In The Philadelphia Inquirer, political analyst Dick Polman has an article headlined "Filibuster wars and the revenge of spinmeisters; Both parties, despite their rhetorical amnesia, have in the past switched sides on the tactic."

The Baltimore Sun reports that "Ex-senators wary of 'nuclear' threat; Former members say the current crisis would not have happened on their watch."

The Houston Chronicle reports that "Filibuster tactic may end with 'nuclear option'; Frist heads the change that will allow up-or-down judicial vote." And yesterday, the newspaper reported that "Hillary Clinton hangs back in the Senate filibuster fight; Presidential aspirations for '08 may be the reason."

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports today that "Judicial impasse over filibuster comes to a head; Senate would enter a gray area over cloture rules."

The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star today contains articles headlined "Hagel grapples with vote on nuclear option" and "Democrats praise Nelson at annual dinner."

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that "Senator DeWine center of debate to end filibuster."

The Union Leader of Manchester, New Hampshire reports that "Sununu keeping mum on what how he'll vote on filibuster rule."

And The Lufkin Daily News reports that "Christian activist in national spotlight."

In commentary, The Washington Post today contains an editorial entitled "Nuclear Brinkmanship." Columnist George F. Will has an op-ed entitled "A Court That Can't Be Labeled." And Dick Meyer has an essay entitled "The Wreck of the U.S. Senate; It was foundering even before the filibuster flap."

In The Los Angeles Times, Judy Dugan has an op-ed entitled "Nuclear-Free Zone."

In The Boston Globe, columnist Ellen Goodman has an op-ed entitled "The 'Ladies First' strategy." And Dave Denison has an Ideas essay entitled "Constitutional dreaming: As conservatives move to consolidate their hold on the courts, liberals and progressives look ahead--way ahead--and plan their strategy for taking back the Constitution."

The Washington Times contains an editorial entitled "Senate majorities and judicial nominees," while Robert Hardaway has an op-ed entitled "Filibuster repair."

In The New York Daily News, columnist Michael Goodwin has an op-ed entitled "N.Y. has the right guy for the front lines in filibuster fight."

In The Chicago Sun-Times, Robert Novak's column is headlined "McCain's judicial deal falls apart."

The Toledo Blade contains an editorial entitled "Filibuster folly."

The Allentown Morning Call contains an editorial entitled "Reach a bipartisan compromise, stop Senate explosion with nuclear option."

The Portsmouth Herald contains an editorial entitled "Filibuster rule change political grandstanding from far right."

The Santa Cruz Sentinel contains an editorial entitled "The abortion issue hovers behind the entire conflict over whether to disallow filibusters in the U.S. Senate."

The Nashua Telegraph contains an editorial entitled "Keep the passion, tone down language."

In The Maine Sunday Telegram, Nancy Grape has an op-ed entitled "Filibuster wisdom goes way back."

David Sanders of the Arkansas News Bureau has an essay entitled "Time to go 'nuclear' in the Senate."

In The Winston-Salem Journal, Rick Horowitz has an op-ed entitled "Dubious Ground: When politicians take stands on principle."

In The Des Moines Register, columnist David Yepsen has an essay entitled "GOP leaders tie filibuster to caucuses," while columnist Jane Norman has an essay entitled "Clean split for Iowa on 'nuclear option.'"

In The State of Columbia, South Carolina, U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) has an op-ed entitled "It's time for votes on judicial nominees," while Brad Warthen has an op-ed entitled "Graham joins 'gang of 12' in their effort to save the republic."

Finally for now, in The Palladium-Item of Richmond, Indiana, Robert Hertzog has an op-ed entitled "GOP's dangerous game of politics, religion subverts nation's judiciary," while Nate LaMar has an op-ed entitled "Filibuster outmoded; U.S. Senate should play by rules that others follow."
Posted at 10:15 AM by Howard Bashman




Sunday, May 22, 2005


"The Deal of the Art: The agreement to move the Barnes collection to Philadelphia came about only after a year of rancor, punctuated by the issue of race." Patricia Horn has this lengthy front page article today in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Posted at 10:02 AM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


"Shaping the judiciary": The San Francisco Chronicle on Sunday will contain a front page article that begins, "By the time President Bush's term expires in 2009, about 1 in 3 federal judges will be his selection."
Posted at 11:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


Lyle Denniston is reporting at "SCOTUSblog": Yesterday, he had posts titled "Commentary on the last of the Tribe treatise" and "The first Booker sequel?"

In connection with the first of those two posts, yesterday evening "SCOTUSblog" posted online an admittedly blurry PDF of Law Professor Laurence H. Tribe's letters explaining his decision. Those who subscribe to The Green Bag will receive less blurry copies of those letters, together with extraordinarily valuable bobblehead dolls of U.S. Supreme Court Justices.

And in connection with the second of those two posts, interested readers should also see the post titled "SG is seeking cert. on plain error!" at the "Sentencing Law and Policy" blog.
Posted at 11:22 PM by Howard Bashman



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