How Appealing

Sunday, July 31, 2005

“Ten Commandments get an Indiana niche; Some lament monument being on private land”: This article appears today in The Boston Globe.

Posted at 9:44 PM by Howard Bashman

“If Roe goes, questions abound; What would happen if the high court throws out Roe vs. Wade?” This article appears today in The Dallas Morning News.

The Philadelphia Inquirer today contains an article headlined “The staying power of ‘Roe v. Wade’; The Supreme Court isn’t likely to flat-out reverse it; And the GOP wouldn’t likely want that, anyway; But we can expect some fierce battles.”

The August 8, 2005 issue of Newsweek will contain articles headlined “Roe’s Army Reloads: They’ve been dreading this moment for decades; How the pro-choice movement is readying for Roberts–and navigating a critical political crossroads” and “The Nominee: Roberts at the Revolution; As interest groups sift his record in the Reagan White House, colleagues recall the mood at the dawn of a conservative era.”

And The Miami Herald today reports that “Nominee John Roberts’ 2000 recount role gets spin but no traction.”

In commentary, David M. Lebedoff has an op-ed entitled “No misstep by Roberts is too small for New York Times” in The Minneapolis Star Tribune.

And in The San Antonio Express-News, columnist Victor Landa has an op-ed entitled “I’ll bet on it: Nominee a pawn in GOP’s plan.”

Posted at 2:45 PM by Howard Bashman

“The parties swap tunes for Roberts; Today the Democrats want specifics, and the GOP disagrees – the opposite of 12 years ago:” Today in The Philadelphia Inquirer, political analyst Dick Polman has this article.

Posted at 10:00 AM by Howard Bashman