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Entries by Reese Schonfeld from 03/2007

Tears on the Boiler Plate

| Posted 03.11.2007 | Politics
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They're just sliding names into slots in a standard release; everybody's a hero who represents all that is great about America, everybody will be sorely missed, everybody will live forever in our memories.

Tammany, Tammany

| Posted 03.13.2007 | Politics
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It seems clear now that one of the Bush credentials for appointment as U.S. Attorney is the willingness and the ability to challenge any close election that has gone to the Democrats.

Senatorial Hypocrisy

| Posted 03.19.2007 | Politics
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By Senate tradition the senior senator of any state may place a "hold" on any judicial appointment in his state.

A Necessary Evil

| Posted 03.25.2007 | Politics
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Between the lack of federal regulation and media caution, who remains to hold malefactors' feet to the fire? Trial lawyers are the only alternative.

The Ink Isn't Even Dry

| Posted 03.27.2007 | Politics
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Kentucky class action lawyers settled a case on behalf of 440 users of fen-phen for $200 million. The lawyers were supposed to keep 30-33% of the settlement plus expenses.

Arlen: WhatdahyaExpector

| Posted 03.29.2007 | Politics
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What can you expect from Arlen Specter? You can expect a comment suggesting that the Senate Judiciary Committee is too politicized in supporting Monic...