Beltway Traffic Jam

The daily linkfest:

  • Rusty Shackleford examines the stats and finds that Bush is hardly the first president to “lose jobs.”
  • Julian Sanchez reports an important new right discovered by judges.
  • Chris Lawrence argues that judges have always been activists.
  • Spoons takes on Sully on the “outing Mary Cheney” issue.
  • Jeff Quinton is looking for some Thanksgiving friends in low places.
  • Terry Oglesby shares some important fire safety tips.
  • Smash explains to John Kerry, again, why there’s not going to be a draft– unless Charlie Rangel gets elected.

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  1. Mark says:

    “an important new right discovered by judges.”

    Since when is the right to publically protest a new thing?

  2. McGehee says:

    I wish I could respond to Mark, but for some reason the link in question isn’t working for me.

    So I’ll have to content myself with, “The right to publicly protest isn’t a new thing, but the right to publically protest probably is.”