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August 20, 2005

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» As a Man of Letters, Roberts Showed Practicality and Humor from Unpartisan.com Political News and Blog Aggregator
John G. Roberts Jr. amounted to a legal air-traffic controller in the Reagan White House: Almost eve [Read More]

» An Argument against Roberts being gay from BoiFromTroy
Behold the latest evidence that George Bush's Supreme Court nominee, Judge John Roberts, is gay. He's in a picture--from Martha's Vineyard--with a guy with a moustache. Now I readily admit that having a '70's style moustache in the 1990's or... [Read More]

» An Argument against Roberts being gay from BoiFromTroy
Behold the latest evidence that George Bush's Supreme Court nominee, Judge John Roberts, is gay. He's in a picture--from Martha's Vineyard--with a guy with a moustache. Now I readily admit that having a '70's style moustache in the 1990's or... [Read More]

» CBWSTGJR, Seizing The Moral High Ground! from Villainous Company
CBWSTGJR is beginning to feel positively *smug* about having announced our support for Judge Roberts early (whether or not that big handsome lug is gay). I mean... talk about having seized the moral high ground! "Judging" by the number... [Read More]

» Roberts a la Mode from Wonkette
At Under Their Robes, the Article 3 Groupie does an impressive round up of all the evidence gathered thus far in the case of "Judge John Roberts versus the Groundless Gay Rumors." But, as they say, a picture is worth... [Read More]

» Judging John Roberts: The (Straight) Empire Strikes Back! from Underneath Their Robes
As reflected in the tone of this earlier post, Article III Groupie is getting just a wee bit tired of all the speculation over whether Judge John G. Roberts might be gay. A3G was hoping to turn her attention to [Read More]

» The Gays (At Least, Officially) Oppose Roberts from Law Dork
According to a joint statement issued this afternoon, the Human Rights Campaign; The Task Force; National Center for Lesbian Rights; and Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians And Gays have joined together in opposing the nomination of Judge John R... [Read More]

» The Gays (At Least, Officially) Oppose Roberts from Law Dork
According to a joint statement issued this afternoon, the Human Rights Campaign; The Task Force; National Center for Lesbian Rights; and Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians And Gays have joined together in opposing the nomination of Judge John R... [Read More]

» The Gays (At Least, Officially) Oppose Roberts from Law Dork
[UPDATE: The Washington Post reports on the opposition in Friday's paper.] According to a joint statement issued this afternoon, the Human Rights Campaign; The Task Force; National Center for Lesbian Rights; and Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbia... [Read More]

» Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington: Blonde Bombshell Explodes at One First Street! from Wonkette
Today the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument in the case of Marshall v. Marshall, No. 04-1544. The case presents an important, difficult, and highly technical question about the intersection between federal and state jurisdiction in probate proceed... [Read More]

» Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington: Blonde Bombshell Explodes at One First Street! from Wonkette
Today the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument in the case of Marshall v. Marshall, No. 04-1544. The case presents an important, difficult, and highly technical question about the intersection between federal and state jurisdiction in probate proceed... [Read More]

» Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington: Blonde Bombshell Explodes at One First Street! from Wonkette
Today the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument in the case of Marshall v. Marshall, No. 04-1544. The case presents an important, difficult, and highly technical question about the intersection between federal and state jurisdiction in probate proceed... [Read More]

» Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Souter Argue Over Who Is More Gay from Wonkette
As Linda Greenhouse reports in todays Times, Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Souter got a little snippy with each other, in their dueling opinions in Georgia v. Randolph. Justice Souter, writing for the majority, found that the Fourth Amendmen... [Read More]

» Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Souter Argue Over Who Is More Gay from Wonkette
As Linda Greenhouse reports in todays Times, Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Souter got a little snippy with each other, in their dueling opinions in Georgia v. Randolph. Justice Souter, writing for the majority, found that the Fourth Amendmen... [Read More]

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