Weekend Reads

TBogg: Dennis Prager, Call 1-900-HOT-LESBO

Ginmar: Statistics, Damned Statistics

Deborah Hellman: It’s Not The Thought That Counts

When we pose the question of what Equal Protection requires in terms of justifying our answer to the people affected by the laws or policies at issue, we see that from their perspective it makes sense to be concerned with how they are treated rather than with passing judgment on state actors. To know how they are treated, we must focus on the objective features of the laws and policies that affect them, rather than on the internal mental states of the actors that adopt or enact these policies and laws. Returning to Holmes, we might say: when a reasonable person would know the difference between being stumbled over and being kicked, then there is truly a difference that matters for Constitutional law. Where she would not, however, there is not. And Holmes would, most likely, agree.

Kim Procrastinates: First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage… Sex AFTER the baby carriage

Majikthise: Santorum, Fetus Fondler

Pharyngula: I Heart Vaginas

Sapphos Breathing: A History of Politics and Depression

No. 2 Pencil: Private vs. Public Schools

And if you don’t have them blogrolled already, adopt Culture Kitchen:
Teenage Girls in Hell
Hypocrite *Concerned Women For America*
Jesus and “Real” Men
Mothers Who Like to Fuck : Yep. I’m one of them
Race and Multicultural Politics

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1 comment for “Weekend Reads

  1. May 1, 2005 at 8:10 am

    Late Addition:

    Frank Rich: Conservative ♥ “South Park”

    Excellent review and commentary on the new travesty from Regnery, South Park Conservatives: The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias.

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