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New York Times Investigates Adoption Records of John Roberts Children

Well it looks like the New York Times is taking its cues from the Daily Kos. Drudge is reporting that the New York Times is investigating the adoption records of John Roberts. I have to pause and wonder…did the New York Times do any investigation into Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg children? Or what about Justice Stephen G. Breyer? If this really is “routine” as the New York Times suggests then the answer must be yes. Does anybody know if this was the case? If the answer is no, I can’t help but think that politics is playing a role here.

Update: Hugh Hewitt has a pretty big roundup on this. So far the general reaction has been: It is a sleazy tactic. It is pretty dirty going after the guys kids.

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About Steve Verdon
Steve has a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles and attended graduate school at The George Washington University, leaving school shortly before staring work on his dissertation when his first child was born. He works in the energy industry and prior to that worked at the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Division of Price Index and Number Research.

Comments

  1. wavemaker says:

    This is contemptible. Whether or not they did it to anyone else (I’m betting they didn’t), it’s contemptible.

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  2. dougrc says:

    Politics, huh? Do ya’ think?

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  3. New York Times investigates Robert’s children

    Drudge reports that New York Times investigative reporter Glen Justice is investigating the status of adoption records of Judge Roberts’ two children. According to Drudge, a NYT source calls this an NYT “standard background check.

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  4. McGehee says:

    Ya never know what might turn up. Maybe he bought the kids from an unregulated baby mill or — or — or maybe they’re really not adopted after all, but he and his wife tell them they’re adopted as a form of mental cruelty.

    You can never tell unless you investigate!

    [/New York Times]

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  5. paladin says:

    All this time, I thought liberals and the liberal press held the “right to privacy” as sacred. I guess it doesn’t apply to conservatives or children. If the NYTimes-Democrat goes ahead with this, I predict the Mother Of All Backlashes, against the Times and against Democrats.

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  6. The NY Times goes diggin’ for dirt

    Claiming that its part of their regular “background check” journalism, the NYT is digging around in the adoption records relating to John Roberts and his wife’s adoption of their two kids. Amazing. First they go after the wife for…

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  7. Anderson says:

    Unless he received the kids from Osama bin Laden in return for pledge of undying loyalty, I can’t see the point. No one’s alleged that yet, have they?

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  8. ozzippit says:

    Just when you think the MSM can’t sink any lower, they find ways to do exactly that! Shades of checking out what movies Justice Thomas rented. Eeeuuuuwww.

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  9. dalin says:

    减肥

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  10. dalin says:

    减肥食品

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  11. Kossite Takes Over Times

    I figured wacked-out Kossites would go after Judge Roberts’ kids, not the NY Times: NY TIMES INVESTIGATES ADOPTION RECORDS OF…

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  12. Anderson says:

    Thomas’s movies were actually quasi-relevant, given the allegations that he alluded to porn flicks at work.

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  13. The Old Grey Lady goes after children

    From NewsMax… The New York Times is acknowledging that it made "initial inquiries" into whether there was anything "irregular" in…

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