Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Not sure what I want to blog about today. Usually I have something on my mind that I want to record or explore.

I’m getting annoyed with how I keep writing about submissions in this blog. It feels like whining. I’ll refrain from whining today.

How can you nominate someone for the Supreme Court who has never been a judge? The Wall Street Journal pointed out yesterday that of the 53 Supreme Court justices appointed since 1900, 23 have had no judicial experience. Among the most recent ones: Earl Warren, Byron R. White, Arthur J. Goldberg, Abe Fortas, Lewis F. Powell Jr., William H. Rehnquist. The WSJ lists as the source the Supreme Court Historical Society.


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