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March 10, 2008

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Ralph

Alfred Dunhill versus Cuba! Very good indeed. That is like the East India Company versus, well, India.

It is good to know that Mr. Scalia has always understood perfectly well which side of the bread is coated with money, honey.

Daniel Briggs

This is an interesting take on the hot bench. I wrote about Justice Thomas and his 142-case reticence, but I came out on the other end of the argument.

http://dontdrinkthekingswine.blogspot.com/2008/02/slow-to-speak.html

Qualification: I'm just a law student, so what do I know? :o)

Jeff Spangler

Better to have a full bench of Scalias than a single "Silent Clarence" Thomas? Well, maybe not a _full_ bench.

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