More dissent from fine minds

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Among the bloggers (and legal minds) I respect the most is Stephen Bainbridge, UCLA Law professor and proprietor of ProfessorBainbridge.com.  He writes:

Thomas: I'm afraid I don't buy your argument on Miers, mainly for the same reasons I express in the following post that responded to some of Hugh's point. But there's also this: Miers is a creature of the Bar establishment and big business. You don't find many movement conservatives in those venues. But you do find folks like Harry Blackmun.

Friendly, civilized discourse is what this site is all about, and Steve's, too, I think. Fortunately, assuming she is confirmed, time will tell whose assumptions are more correct.

I have another dissenting commentary from another thinker I deeply respect on deck as an article tomorrow. Stay tuned.

In the meantime I will comfort myself with Hugh Hewitt's kind words about my article: "simply brilliant."

Thoams Lifson  10 04 05

Among the bloggers (and legal minds) I respect the most is Stephen Bainbridge, UCLA Law professor and proprietor of ProfessorBainbridge.com.  He writes:

Thomas: I'm afraid I don't buy your argument on Miers, mainly for the same reasons I express in the following post that responded to some of Hugh's point. But there's also this: Miers is a creature of the Bar establishment and big business. You don't find many movement conservatives in those venues. But you do find folks like Harry Blackmun.

Friendly, civilized discourse is what this site is all about, and Steve's, too, I think. Fortunately, assuming she is confirmed, time will tell whose assumptions are more correct.

I have another dissenting commentary from another thinker I deeply respect on deck as an article tomorrow. Stay tuned.

In the meantime I will comfort myself with Hugh Hewitt's kind words about my article: "simply brilliant."

Thoams Lifson  10 04 05