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Around the web, May 6

  • Senator Mark Pryor has a short memory when it comes to the role of partisan politics in judicial nominations. [Paul Greenberg]
  • Ed Whelan deconstructs Goodwin Liu's answers to Senate Judiciary Committee questions. [Bench Memos]
  • A much-sued museum talks back. If more defendants did this, we might get somewhere. [Overlawyered; Facebook; WSJ]
  • Dana Milbank doesn't quite get the idea of "limited government." [Jacobson]
  • "Biotech Defamation Case May Send Peruvian Biologist to Jail" [Reason]

  • "If the TSA Were Running New York" [Fallows]
  • Life imitates The Sopranos. [ABA Journal]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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