Tuesday, January 03, 2006


The problem with the judicial confirmation process is that its politization causes soundbites to trump substance and misinterpretation to conquer context. In today's New York Times, a former Solicitor General under Reagan, Charles Fried, puts two controversial memos into proper perspective.

I find Mr. Fried's argument convincing, and it provides support for perception of Alito as a dispassionate jurist.


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