Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Some more laughs... at the cost of the Supremes

This was supposedly sung by the clerks of the Supreme Court at a farewll party in 1996, in the presence of all the Justices:

Ah, look at all the strange appointments.
Ah, look at all the strange appointments.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
Strolls into work every day
'bout a quarter past three.
Thinks we don't see.

Stephen G. Breyer,
Gave 50 speeches last year.
If they asked him, he came.
They were all the same.

Crazy nominations.
Where did they all come from?
Senate confirmations.
What were we thinking of?

David H. Souter.
Cutting and pasting all night.
When there's nobody there.
He doesn't care.
Look at him working.
Writing those endless dissents
that nobody will heed.
And no one can read.

Sandra O'Connor.
Votes with the left,
then the right.
So that nobody knows
How the wind blows.

Nino Scalia
No one will join his
invective and hyperbole.
Except for CT [Clarence Thomas].

(reported by Tony Mauro)

Highly recommended!!

This month, Michael Newdow, famous for bringing the case against the inclusion of the phrase "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, gave a speech at the Michigan Law School. He is some speaker... and a singer too. It's very recommended. Listen to either the streaming audio, or, better still, watch the video of the lectures.

Tuesday, February 08, 2005
Simbly Greit News

Keralite girl wins spelling bee.... dunno why, but kids of (and also Jewish) Indian origin seem to be pretty good at this. Dare I pull a Larry Summers, and suggest that it is something about the brain structure of these races? :D

Friday, February 04, 2005
Ann Coulter shows her knowledge in history....

Hilarious... just hilarious.

Tuesday, February 01, 2005
Its tough to get news about what's happening on the ground in Waziristan. But here's some good reportage:

'Confusion reigns supreme on the frontlines of the war against terror'


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