Here's what other blogs are saying about law & politics today:
Last week's Supreme Court decision in Ledbetter v. Goodyear generated too much, or maybe not enough, outrage from women's groups, says Pamela Kruger at the Huffington Post. As usual, SCOTUSblog is the place to go for details on the Court's every move. (When you're done reading Legal Times, of course.)
Political bloggers are watching the Senate’s impending no-confidence vote on Alberto Gonzales. Although it seems unlikely that a no-confidence vote will have any impact on the attorney general, Steve Reynolds at AlterNet argues that it matters more than people might think.
In Libbyland, lefties in the blogosphere are delighted at Judge Reggie Walton’s response to Scooter Libby’s distinguished defenders. Alas, a Blog! has the text of the response, as well as some fun at the expense of Judge Robert Bork.
But lest you think liberals are having all the fun, the conservative side of the blogosphere is celebrating too -- about the failure of the immigration bill and about the indictment of Rep. William Jefferson (D-La.).
Looks like a happy day all around, despite the discontent over the Sopranos finale.
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