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July 28, 2005



the recent much ado about nothing over Judge Roberts's possible association with the organization

The thing about this is that nobody would have raised half an eyebrow if Roberts was a member - that's why everyone initially reported that he was. The weirdness is why the White House made such a big deal out of denying it, to the point that they made idiots out of themselves when the famous 1997-98 FedSoc directory surfaced. As the saying goes, the coverup is always worse than the crime.


If Kozinski wanted extra cheese, they should have ordered Pizza from Ray's on 11th Street and 6th Avenue. No, it's not "the orginal" Ray's, but it is the best, particularly if you like cheese. If you like a thinner, crispier crust, John's of Bleecker is a great choice. Closer to the school. Joe's on Bleecker and Carmine was one of the best bets, although they may have moved.

As for the Federalist Society, I'll drop my objection to members being given life tenure to shape the law in their vision when I see a few National Lawyers Guild members receiving appointments.

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