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Saturday, May 21, 2005


"At the Brink: The GOP readies its nukes; Can a plucky band of moderates really save the day?" The May 30, 2005 issue of U.S. News & World Report will contain this article.

In Sunday's edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Dick Polman will have an article headlined "Both parties feverishly spinning in battle over judicial nominees."

Sunday's edition of The Chicago Tribune will report that "Hitler, Darth Vader invade Senate in bitter fight on judges."

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Sunday will contain an article headlined "Lowery: Filibuster 'the bedrock of the republic.'"

The Boston Herald on Sunday will contain an article headlined "Frank: No nukes on Hill! Reverses '93 filibuster stand."

The Minneapolis Star Tribune on Sunday will contain an editorial entitled "Senate showdown: Protect the filibuster," while Norman J. Ornstein will have an op-ed entitled "The great divide."

In The New York Times, columnist David Brooks on Sunday will have an op-ed entitled "The Senate's Quavering Middle."

Yesterday's broadcast of the PBS program "NOW" was all about judicial filibusters.

And yesterday's broadcast of PBS's "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" contained a segment entitled "Nuclear Option Looms in the Senate" (transcript with link to audio).
Posted at 11:15 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


"Governor vote trial set to begin; Republicans will seek to prove Gregoire owes win to illegal votes": This article appears today in The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

And The Seattle Times today contains articles headlined "GOP wants judge to reconsider ruling" and "Manager aware of flawed ballot report."
Posted at 04:00 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


"Senators to defend filibuster": The Honolulu Advertiser today contains an article that begins, "Hawai'i's two Democratic senators say they'll stand with their party next week against a Republican ban on filibusters for judicial nominees."

The Times-Picayune of New Orleans reports that "Texas jurist at crux of long dispute; Priscilla Owen's foes fault abortion finding."

And The Associated Press offers a report headlined "Newsview: Senate Torn Over Loyalties."
Posted at 03:54 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


"The Case of Theresa Schiavo": Joan Didion has this lengthy article in the June 9, 2005 issue of The New York Review of Books.
Posted at 03:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


In Sunday's edition of The New York Times: Tomorrow's newspaper will contain an article headlined "First Victim in Judicial Fight: Congress's Image."

And Law Professor Jeffrey Rosen will have a Week in Review essay entitled "The Senate Nears the Point of No Return."
Posted at 03:44 PM by Howard Bashman




Saturday, May 21, 2005


"Senate Republicans Move to Cut Off Debate on Nomination to Appeals Court": This article appears today in The New York Times.

The Washington Post today contains articles headlined "Stage Set for Senate Showdown Tuesday" and "Gonzales Says He Supports Nominee Owen Despite Texas Case."

The Los Angeles Times contains articles headlined "GOP Senators File Motion to End Debate Over Jurist; The action begins the countdown to the 'nuclear option' on judicial filibusters" and "Rancor of the House Seeps Into the Senate."

The Washington Times contains articles headlined "Republicans start countdown to 'nuclear option'" and "Republicans use ads to rip Reid back home in Nevada."

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that "Senators taking direct approach in judges battle; D.C. staffs dealt out of loop; Pryor hopeful of reaching deal."

The Cleveland Plain Dealer contains articles headlined "DeWine looks to heal contentious Senate; Ohioan brokering deal over Bush nominees" and "Think-tank attorneys debate Senate battle over filibusters."

In The Oakland Tribune, Josh Richman reports that "Boxer jeers GOP hubris on nominee; Democrat says Justice Brown unfit for federal post, calls attempt to ban filibusters 'a power grab.'"

The Allentown Morning Call reports that "Filibuster fight turns up hear on Specter, Santorum; It's a touchy topic for both Pennsylvania senators, for very different reasons."

The Knoxville News-Sentinel reports that "Frist act to end debate will hurt image, Dem says."

The New Haven Register reports that "Dodd, Lieberman join fray over filibusters."

The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star reports that "National GOP puts Nelson in bull's-eye."

And yesterday evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered" contained a segment entitled "Is America Really Concerned About How Judges are Confirmed?" (RealPlayer required).

In commentary, The New York Times today contains an editorial entitled "On the 'Nuclear' Brink."

The Denver Post contains an editorial entitled "Keep up efforts to avoid nuclear option; We continue to hope cooler heads will prevail and the Senate can find a way to preserve parliamentary rules and give judicial nominees a fair look."

The Day of New London, Connecticut contains an editorial entitled "Not The Nuclear Option: GOP's attempt to change long-standing Senate rules ignores lessons of history."

The Ledger of Lakeland, Florida contains an editorial entitled "Partisanship Goes to Extremes."

The Gwinnett Daily Post contains an editorial entitled "The majority should rule on judge votes."

In The Rocky Mountain News, columnist Mike Littwin has an op-ed entitled "Senate heats up; Salazar cools off."

In The Kansas City Star, Vicki Palatas has an op-ed entitled "Democrats skewer Constitution and Republicans."

And in Thursday's edition of The Philadelphia Daily News, columnist John Baer had an essay entitled "Congress is out of touch; Debate over Senate procedure a bust."
Posted at 08:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Group of senators searches for compromise on judicial nominees": James Kuhnhenn of Knight Ridder Newspapers provides this report.

Saturday's edition of The South Florida Sun-Sentinel will report that "Florida senators follow party lines on judicial fight."

And Voice of America News reports that "Senate Aims to Avoid Delay Over Bush's Court Nominees."
Posted at 10:30 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Newspaper Shuts Down Controversial Feedback Platform": The Los Angeles Times has posted a news update that begins, "Bombarded with abusive online postings, a Ventura County newspaper has pulled the plug on a virtual platform that allowed readers to comment on stories that appear on its website."

The Ventura County Star's report on its decision to disable comments can be accessed here.
Posted at 06:15 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"GOP Sets Stage for Filibuster Showdown": Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press provides this report.

Thomas Ferraro of Reuters reports that "Countdown begins in Senate judicial showdown."

Bloomberg News reports that "U.S. Senate Republicans Set Up Showdown on Judges."

The New York Times provides a news update headlined "Showdown Looms as Republicans Seek to End Judicial Debate."

Financial Times provides a news update headlined "Frist heads for 'nuclear option' in judges dispute."

The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania reports today that "Santorum bombs with Hitler remark."

Tim Russert of NBC News reports that "Virginia's Warner could be key to filibuster; Voters upset by lack of 'grownup' congressional action."

The Sacramento Bee today contains editorials entitled "A tradition to preserve; Senate filibusters serve a valuable purpose" and "No on Judge Brown; D.C. court is wrong place for her views."

Online at Newsweek's web site, Eleanor Clift has an essay entitled "Just the Beginning: Forcing a rule change on filibusters is only the start of the GOP's radical judicial agenda."

At Townhall.com, Rich Lowry has an essay entitled "Dangerous Women."

At National Review Online, William F. Buckley Jr. has an essay entitled "Phony Apocalypse: Hesitation, after a while, comes over as irresolution."

Online at The American Prospect, Terence Samuel has an essay entitled "Byrd Calls: Robert Byrd is an unlikely champion of the filibuster, but he's an effective one."

Today's broadcast of NPR's "Day to Day" contained a segment entitled "Capitol Hill Rhetoric Heats Up Over 'Nuclear Option.'"

And today's broadcast of the public radio program "Here and Now" contained a segment entitled "Violent Words in Debate."
Posted at 06:00 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


In today's edition of The San Francisco Chronicle: Bob Egelko reports, in an article headlined "Suspended license to high court," that the Supreme Court of California has granted review in a case that presents the question whether suspending an individual's driver's license for drunk driving actually requires the individual to have been driving drunk.

In other news, "Atheists reach out in S.F.; Conclave designed to turn nonbelievers into activists."

And an article reports that "Ex-owner of finger lashes out: 'It's been hell'; Friends at bar say he grew angry that his mother spoke to media about case."
Posted at 05:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


The Associated Press is reporting: An article reports that "Rehnquist, Alice Cooper Awarded Same Honor."

Jesse J. Holland reports that "Senior Senators Eye Filibuster Compromise."

And in other news, "Poll: Senate Should Examine Federal Judges." The results of the AP/Ipsos Poll can be accessed at this link.
Posted at 03:55 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


Cloture motion has just been filed on the nomination of Priscilla R. Owen to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit: The cloture vote is scheduled for Tuesday, May 24, 2005.
Posted at 02:20 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


When Ford Motor Company offers new car purchasers a choice between a $2,000 cash rebate or a 0.9% interest rate for 48 months, does Federal Reserve Bank Regulation Z in combination with the Truth in Lending Act require the lost rebate to be treated as a finance charge for customers who elect the promotional interest rate? A divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has resolved that question in an opinion issued today.
Posted at 02:10 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


The Associated Press is reporting: Now available online are articles headlined "Santorum Regrets Making Hitler Comment" and "Jury Pay an Issue in Enron Broadband Trial."
Posted at 01:50 PM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Court Upholds Landing Field Injunction": The Associated Press reports here that "A federal appeals court upheld a judge's injunction that stopped work on a proposed Navy jet landing field near a wildlife refuge in eastern North Carolina."
Posted at 11:54 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Drive opens against gay marriage; Proposal for a ballot measure wouldn't let lawmakers or judges set same-sex benefits": The Sacramento Bee contains this article today.
Posted at 11:14 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Jury is ready; motion lingers to move trial; Defense attorneys say Sami Al-Arian cannot get a fair trial": This article appears today in The St. Petersburg Times.

And The Tampa Tribune reports today that "Al-Arian Jury Is Set; Defense Voices Concern."
Posted at 11:08 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


Law Blog Ad Network announces its debut: Thanks to Jeralyn at "TalkLeft" and the good folks at Blogads, the Law Blog Ad Network now exists. Jeralyn explains the concept in a post you can access here. If you operate a law-related blog and would like to join the Law Blog Ad Network, please email your request to Jeralyn, who can be reached at the email address contained in this hyperlink.
Posted at 10:50 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


D.C. Circuit decides fertile octogenarian case presenting the question whether Philippine law supported the revocation of Social Security benefits: You can access today's ruling at this link.
Posted at 10:30 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"AEDPA's constitutionality: the issue escalates." Online at "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has this post in connection with the news from the Ninth Circuit that I first noted here yesterday.
Posted at 10:24 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"California lawyer leads double life as porn star": Reuters finally catches up with this news, which I first mentioned nearly a month ago in a post you can access here.
Posted at 10:20 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


Has the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island lost his ability to retain that judicial office as a result of having been sworn in as a member of the federal military review panel that will hear appeals from suspected terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay? The Providence Journal today contains articles headlined "Attorneys file briefs in Williams lawsuit; Besides violating Rhode Island's Constitution, Chief Justice Frank J. Williams' 'dual office-holding will subject him to possible federal constitutional attacks' by Guantanamo prisoners, says Providence lawyer Keven A. McKenna" and "Terror suspect's lawyers join fight to oust Williams; A civilian and a Navy lawyer join Providence lawyer Keven A. McKenna's lawsuit to declare Frank J. Williams is no longer the state's chief justice."

Thanks to The Providence Journal, you can access online the briefs filed in the Rhode Island Supreme Court in this matter: brief filed by attorney seeking the Chief Justice's removal from office; amicus brief in support of removal filed by Guantanamo detainee and his lawyers; and brief filed on behalf of Chief Justice by State's Attorney General.
Posted at 10:15 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Centrist Senators Pursue Compromise on Filibuster": This segment (RealPlayer required) appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Morning Edition."
Posted at 09:15 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


Day three of the prelude to invocation of the so-called "nuclear option": At 9:30 a.m. today, the U.S. Senate will resume its debate over the nomination of Priscilla R. Owen to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

C-SPAN2 will broadcast the debate live, and you can view the debate live online at this link.
Posted at 09:12 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Senators Seek Rent Cut for Judiciary; Building of Courthouses, Hiring of Personnel in Jeopardy, They Say": The Washington Post today contains an article that begins, "Senators locked in partisan battle over the federal judgeships have found one thing they do agree on: The judiciary needs rent relief."
Posted at 07:32 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Actually, It's Judge-Busters": The Los Angeles Times today contains an editorial that begins, "House Republicans last week passed a chain-saw-style anti-gang bill, though it's hard to say whether they want to wield it against criminal street gangs or 'activist' judges."
Posted at 07:30 AM by Howard Bashman




Friday, May 20, 2005


"Frist starts countdown to final vote on nominee": This article appears today in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The Washington Times today contains articles headlined "Deadlock on judicial picks spurs 'nuclear option' vote on Tuesday" and "Short list begins for Supreme Court."

Newsday reports that "Start of filibuster fire can be traced back to Schumer."

The Boston Globe contains articles headlined "No deal yet on judicial nominees; Hang-up over Supreme Court" and "Filibuster fight spotlights Senate's generation gap."

The Houston Chronicle reports that "Senators seeking a deal on judicial filibusters; Bipartisan group swaps ideas to ensure that future nominees don't face same issues."

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that "Ministers enter fray over judges; Two groups divided over African-American nominee."

The Philadelphia Inquirer contains an article headlined "A familiar ring to Senate debate; Historically speaking, politics as usual."

The Indianapolis Star reports that "TV ad targets Lugar on filibuster; Liberal group wants Hoosier voters to urge state's senator to save rules on endless debate."

The State of Columbia, South Carolina reports that "Graham strives for filibuster accord."

The Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Mississippi reports that "Senators support 'nuclear option'; If we could find way to stop filibusters, animosity would go away, Lott says."

The Times-Picayune reports that "Vitter blasts Landrieu on Senate floor; She calls for restraint from personal attacks."

The Advocate of Baton Rouge contains an article headlined "Two former La. senators: Vitter's challenge to Landrieu 'bad form'; Filibusters of judicial nominees led to direct attack on senior senator."

The Winston-Salem Journal reports that "Burr objects to Democrats' threat of filibuster; Senate no rubber stamp, one Democrat responds."

The Savannah (Ga.) Morning News reports that "Isakson says filibuster will fail to stop Bush's judicial nominations; Georgia senators support move to push through President Bush's judicial nominees."

And The Daily Bruin of UCLA reports that "Students protest filibuster legislation; Bruin democrats join national push to prevent Senate policy change."

In commentary, The Boston Globe today contains an editorial entitled "Ignoring the rules."

The Orlando Sentinel contains an editorial entitled "Time for a deal; Only a compromise on filibusters can end the Senate's impasse."

The Amarillo Globe contains an editorial entitled "Senate filled up with filibusters; Schumer assertion is empty claim."

The Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle contains an editorial entitled "The Senate's folly: Both parties are more interested in filibusters than in doing their jobs."

Investor's Business Daily contains an editorial entitled "Reid's Reinventions."

In The Washington Times, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) has an op-ed entitled "Nominees deserve better."

In The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey, columnist John Farmer has an op-ed entitled "The right winks at its own judicial activist."

In The Pioneer Press of St. Paul, Minnesota, Glenda Holste has an op-ed entitled "In the absence of good leaders, good followers must take the lead."

In The Detroit Free Press, columnist Brian Dickerson has an op-ed entitled "Who really speaks for the majority?"

Online at Salon.com, Tim Grieve has an essay entitled "Defusing Frist: While Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist took the stage with a preacher who equated liberal judges with the Ku Klux Klan, moderate senators worked around the clock to avert the nuclear option." Dan Noyes and Andy Isaacson have an essay entitled "Here come the judges, again: Miss them the first time around? Meet the seven antiabortion, anti-gay, pro-industry Bush nominees who could rise from the ashes of the filibuster." And Farhad Manjoo has an essay entitled "Dump the filibuster! How I learned to stop worrying and love the nuclear option."

Online at The Weekly Standard, Matthew Continetti has an essay entitled "Gang of Twelve: Will senate moderates reach a compromise on judges?"

In The Wall Street Journal, Daniel Henninger has an essay entitled "Democrats Nuke Party Beliefs To Stop Women; The battle over Bolton and judges started with Bush v. Gore."

And in The Stanford Review, Joe Fairbanks has an essay entitled "I'm Fasting to Save the Filibuster...at Least Until I Get Hungry."
Posted at 06:45 AM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


Judicial activism for me but not for thee? Does anyone find Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales' explanation of his opinion in In re Doe (at page 40 of the PDF file), as set forth in this letter that the Justice Department issued today, to be plausible?

If an appellate judge writes in an opinion that it would be an act of judicial activism to hold X, is not the appellate judge accusing dissenters who would have held X of seeking to engage in judicial activism? Or is the appellate judge merely saying that for him to have held X would have been judicial activism, but for his colleagues in dissent to have held X was perfectly reasonable and not an act of judicial activism? It seems that to ask these questions is to answer them.
Posted at 11:34 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


"Senate continues debating judicial nominees, filibuster": James Kuhnhenn of Knight Ridder Newspapers provides this report.

The San Jose Mercury News on Friday will report that "Race emerges in Senate judicial battle."

The Philadelphia Inquirer on Friday will contain an article headlined "Despite buildup, debate in Senate seemed like business as usual."

FOXNews.com reports that "Nominee Fight Deal Could Come Soon."

BusinessWeek offers a news analysis headlined "The Senate Brawl May Hit Business; The protracted battle over judicial nominations could exact a heavy toll on Corporate America's Capitol Hill wish lists."

And this evening's broadcast of PBS's "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" contained a segment entitled "Senate Battles Over Judges, Filibuster" (transcript with link to audio).
Posted at 11:25 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


"Senate's 'Gang of 12' Steps in Where Party Leaders Couldn't Go": Friday's edition of The Washington Post will contain an article that begins, "In a last-ditch effort to avert a collision over judicial nominees, a bipartisan group of senators distanced themselves from Democratic and Republican leaders yesterday to try to strike a compromise certain to anger many colleagues."

Tomorrow's newspaper will also contain a front page article headlined "Bipartisan Group Seeks Own Course On Nominees." And columnist Dana Milbank will have an essay entitled "The Chamber Meets the Force."
Posted at 10:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


In Friday's edition of The New York Times: Tomorrow's newspaper will contain articles headlined "Business of Senate Is Slowed as Battle on Judges Intensifies"; "Behind Scenes, Aides Take On Filibuster Fight"; "Demands of Partisanship Bring Change to the Senate"; and "Fight on Judges Obscures Social Security."
Posted at 10:32 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


"High court to settle dispute over handicapped parking fees": The Associated Press provides this report from Nebraska.
Posted at 09:00 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


"Frist resolute on moving to Senate vote": This article appears in Friday's edition of Financial Times.

The Omaha World-Herald today contains an article headlined "Nebraskan in midst of flap over filibusters."

The Associated Press offers reports headlined "Another split between Vitter and Landrieu" and "Lingering political scuffle pulls Boyle into national debate."

And at the web site of National Public Radio, David Greene has a written essay entitled "The Missing Man in the Filibuster Fight."
Posted at 08:40 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


"Hatch Hopes for Compromise on Bush Nominees": This evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered" also contained this segment (RealPlayer required).
Posted at 08:20 PM by Howard Bashman




Thursday, May 19, 2005


Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D. (R-TN) intends to file tomorrow for cloture on Priscilla R. Owen's nomination to the Fifth Circuit: That means that the cloture vote will occur on Tuesday of next week in the U.S. Senate, according to the statement Senator Frist just delivered on the Senate floor.
Posted at 06:11 PM by Howard Bashman



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