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Tuesday, May 10, 2005
A moderate? I was just watching a Bill Schneider report on possible Supreme Court vacancies on CNN's "Inside Politics." Some unidentified (at least, I didn't catch his name) pundit identified Justice John Paul Stevens as a "moderate." If he's a moderate, then there are no liberals on the court.

At least conservatives will acknowledge that there are conservative Supreme Court members. Liberals seem to think that there are only conservatives and "moderates."

Which group likes to tout themselves as the "reality-based community"?

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I may have already told you about this. Years ago, the Communist... er... I mean the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette once described SCOTUS (the current court) as "four conservatives and five moderates". Not in an op-ed: in a news story. I'm not making this up.
 
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