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He also describes publisher Pinch Sulzberger as more involved in editorials than I'd thought: He might call and say, "What about this? But he is my boss so I have to defend it. That explains a lot.
Clinton, reports Connie Bruck. Is there another four letter obscenity, or is it that one? The Dem presidential candidates who might appeal to anti-legalization opinion--and thereby split the party--all seem paralyzed by their desire not to offend Latinos. Is there no current candidate willing to do the same on immigration?
John Edwards may be edging there: Spitzer's illegal-immigrant driver's-license plan. Like Clinton, he's all for "comprehensive reform. Dionne eventually dismisses anti-illegal-immigration sentiment with a classic paleolib device: Yet at a moment when the electorate is very angry, it's not surprising that some voters are channeling their discontent through the immigration issue.
It's happened before in our history. Welfare recipients were "scapegoats," we were told.
It's just possible, as Michael Barone suggeststhat the voters who are angry at illegal immigration are angry at illegal immigration. Grinnell College groundskeepers loom as a pivotal demographic group. Daylight Savings Time is over. The clock people and the sun people will converge counterproductively on the highways during tomorrow's evening rush hour.
But it can be harder for a woman -- especially a potential commander in chief -- to project toughness without being seen as harsh and shrill.
And at the moment the press seems to have put the New York senator in something of a box: If she complains about rough treatment, she's acting like a whiny daughter who's had her Barbie taken away.
In other words, Hillary's damned if she does complain. Hillary could resort to the standard damage-control techniques available to all public figures: Restating her position, changing the subject, waiting for what was a minor bad episode to blow over, etc.
That wasn't the press' doing or the consequence of any special female dilemma. It would be funny if they all turned out to be true! And then the initial rumor Rosenbaum wrote about--that the LAT is sitting on something--turned out to be not true!
I'm not saying that's the case. I'm just saying that would be funny.
In any case, the campaign certainly needed a depth charge. Let all the scandals that lurk in the mud hatch out. Is there a problem? The true rumors will be confirmed and the phony rumors won't be confirmed. But it will be harder to suppress the former. Isn't the purpose of primary campaigns to find out everything about the candidates before they are nominated?
But it turns out it all depends on what the meaning of "effort" is! Clinton's aides said her statement was intended to signal that she broadly supported Mr.
Spitzer's goal of awarding driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. Spitzer initially proposed a blanket program of awarding full-fledged driver's licenses to illegal immigrants; in the face of sharp opposition from the Legislature, he backed off and presented a two-tier program system of awarding licenses to illegal immigrants.
Clinton's advisers said that she had not studied either plan, and was not specifically endorsing either of them. See Influence Peddler's roundup of pro-Hillary Tim-Russert-is-a-sexist spin, which makes her look even worse. There's a word for that:Academic legal writing: law review articles, student notes, seminar papers, and getting on law review by Eugene Volokh Call Number: Law Reserve KFV65 Scholarly writing for law students: seminar papers, law review notes and law review competition papers by Elizabeth Fajans, Mary R.
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Oct 30, · Hmm. The last successful Democratic presidential candidate defied his party's dogma on a central issue (welfare) at the risk, it was thought, of offending key interest groups (blacks, liberals). HeinOnline -- 48 J. Legal Educ.
HeinOnline -- 48 J. Legal Educ. HeinOnline -- 48 J. Legal Educ. May 18, · [Eugene Volokh, PM] NEW SECOND AMENDMENT ARTICLE, from yours truly: In The San Jose Mercury-News today.
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