"John Walker Lindh's Buyer's Remorse":
You can access at this link
(TimesSelect temporary pass-through link) the installment of Adam Liptak's "Sidebar" column that will appear in Monday's edition of The New York Times.
"Specter Says Gonzales Presence Is 'Harmful'": This article
will appear Monday in The New York Times.
"Clarence Thomas: Slights and resentment shaped philosophy of conservative justice."
Today in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Jonathan Entin
has this review
of the book "Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas
" by Kevin Merida and Michael A. Fletcher.
"Gone Nuts: When the News Is Already Bizarre, What's a Humorist To Do?"
Associate Justice William W. Bedsworth
of California's Fourth District Court of Appeal
will have this essay
in Monday's issue of Legal Times.
"Law Prof bloggers at 7th Cir. Conference":
Rick Garnett has this post
today at the "Mirror of Justice" blog.
"The Supreme Court has shed its liberal leanings":
Michael Doyle of McClatchy Newspapers provides this report
"Philip Morris: no U.S. agent."
Michael P. Shea will have this essay
in tomorrow's issue of The National Law Journal about a case to be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court
on Wednesday. If this case doesn't result in a 9-0 reversal, I will be surprised.
On today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday":
The broadcast contained audio segments entitled "Discussions on Abortion Ruling Center on Mother's Health
" and "Prospects Grim for Attorney General Gonzales
"Whistle-blower's attorneys want high court to revisit case; Justices denied $1 million share of fraud damages":
Yesterday's issue of The Rocky Mountain News contained an article
that begins, "Attorneys for Rocky Flats whistle-blower Jim Stone are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to admit that it was wrong. They are asking the high court to make a rare reconsideration of its March 27 decision. The court denied Stone a $1 million share in fraud damages paid to the U.S. government by a former operator of the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant."
And The Denver Post reports that "Court asked to revisit Flats ruling."
"The Embattled Attorney General: Gonzales still has the president's support, for now."
The April 30, 2007 issue of U.S. News & World Report will contain this article
"Reading the Abortion Ruling: Is the high court's 'partial-birth' decision a major shift or a narrow exception?" This article
will appear in the April 30, 2007 issue of U.S. News & World Report.
Today in The New York Times, columnist David Brooks has an op-ed entitled "Postures in Public, Facts in the Womb" (TimesSelect temporary pass-through link).
And in The Boston Globe, Kenneth C. Edelin has an op-ed entitled "Risking women's health."
"Some People Love Guns. Why Should the Rest of Us Be Targets?"
Jonathan Safran Foer has this Second Amendment-related op-ed
today in The Washington Post.
"Court may open door to recruiting; If Supreme Court sides with Tennessee school, it may get crazy with 8th-grade standouts too":
Barry Temkin has this essay
today in The Chicago Tribune.
"The Other Big Story This Week: It was buried in the avalanche of coverage of the horrible shootings at Virginia Tech; But the Supreme Court's partial-birth ruling will likely have a much bigger impact on Campaign."
Eleanor Clift has this essay
online at Newsweek's web site. And the April 30, 2007 issue of that magazine will contain a related Periscope item headlined "Battles on Three Fronts
Meanwhile, at Time magazine's web site, Karen Tumulty has an essay entitled "The Abortion Ruling: An Isolated Win?"
"Justice Thomas's Life A Tangle of Poverty, Privilege and Race": This front page article
-- adapted from the book "Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas
" by Kevin Merida and Michael A. Fletcher -- appears today in The Washington Post.
"Justice Kennedy at center of abortion debate; His majority opinion in a Supreme Court case encourages new laws to urge women not to end pregnancies":
David G. Savage has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.