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Sickened by that verdict

Before the verdict, I read the charges carefully. Yes, I said at each one. He’s guilty. He must be guilty of at least one or two. Must be. It occurred to me my rage and mourning are evidence that I’m … Continue reading

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Ellen Weintraub is so smart. Brett Kavanaugh is so…not

I’ve been sort of following Ellen Weintraub for a while. Whenever she appears on TV, I stop what I’m doing and listen. Today, in a Times op — with what I see is her characteristic good cheer with a dash … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court decisions — a slightly different point of view

Two decisions this week are being applauded, especially noting that Gorsuch wrote the LBGTQ decision and Roberts the DACA one. Surprise! Joy! Rapture! I read some of each decision and here’s what I think: neither Roberts nor Gorsuch is turning … Continue reading

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