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Ideological Bullies at Slate (Part II)

Before I start the conclusion of the ideological bullies post, I’ll just reiterate that I like Slate and think they generally do a good job. 757 more words

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Ideological Bullies at Slate (Part I)

I like Slate Magazine’s podcasts.

Unfortunately, they are not immune from the ideologue phenomena that is attacking principled journalism on all fronts. Individuals who comprise the media – writers, producers, anchors, etc. 742 more words

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Slate is Tedious

Slate is Tedious

Today, I just gave up. I looked at the endless columns and Jackson Pollack arrangement of files, and said “Screw it, I’ll just read something else.” 410 more words

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Dahlia Lithwick: What months of suffering and surgery taught me about motherhood

There came a day last November when I simply couldn’t get out of the car. After months of half-ignored back pain, I couldn’t move my left leg anymore. 1,060 more words


Abortion rights, women's rights: A major victory

The government has finally been ushered out of the exam room.

In a definitive step protecting women and their very private decision-making, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth District on December 22 permanently… 419 more words


"What is Judicial Restraint?" By Bruce Frohnen

Arguments about judicial restraint are not often principled arguments about jurisprudence; instead, they’re politics by other means. When the Court is conservative, as it is now, liberal legal scholars tend to urge judicial restraint; when the court is liberal, it’s conservatives who urge restraint. 1,563 more words

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