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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

A Little Good, Old-Fashioned Karma Comin’ Round?

People from across the country are getting behind a campaign to seize Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s farmhouse to build a luxury hotel, according to the man who came up with the idea following a Supreme Court decision favoring government seizure of private property.

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Gonzales Delayed Telling Bush About CIA Leak Probe

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said on Sunday that he immediately told White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card — but delayed telling others — when the Justice Department launched an investigation into who leaked the identity of a CIA operative.

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The Case For Conservative Judges

The characterizations we most commonly hear in contrasting liberal and conservative judges tend to use phrases such as “activism” vs. “restraint,” and approaching the Constitution as a “living document” vs. focusing on “original intent.”

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Labor’s Big Challenge

The AFL-CIO is again in the midst of its once-a-decade effort to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic. While a coalition of six unions threatens to bolt the AFL-CIO, both incumbents and dissidents agree on one thing: Unions need to organize more members.

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Outlook for Iraq Ain’t Good

During more than seven hours of testimony last week, a Senate committee heard that Iraq is in a low-grade civil war, that there are no additional U.S. or allied troops to help and that Iraqi soldiers are far from ready to take over.

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