Michael Kinsley finds that when it comes to the topic of reverse discrimination, Judge Sotomayor is given to evasive fictions, which should make her "feel right at home on" the current Court and for that matter in the nation's political culture generally (via Sullum, Reason "Hit and Run"). Not unrelatedly, her expressed views on standardized testing and cultural bias are drawing fire from critics. Meanwhile, Matthew Franck finds that the nominee has given unimpressive stock speeches, while Ken Starr has only good things to say on her behalf.
P.S. Never going to live this one down: a White House press release quotes my comments on the judge.