It's frustrating that in all the media fact-check frenzy, no one ever calls out claims that the Lilly Ledbetter Act, which does nothing but transfer wealth from working-class employees to wealthy attorneys, has done anything for women other than increase their unemployment rate. Hans Bader further points out that Ledbetter herself has nothing to complain about other than her lawyers' performance.
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- What the frack?
- Terrance Williams, murderer, in the New York Times
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- A Lilly Ledbetter reminder
- Around the web, September 5
- More on vice-presidential vetting
- Lawyers and law firms contribute heavily to the presidential campaign
- Speaking of vetting
- Off-topic: vice-presidential vetting
- What media bias? Scalia Derangement Syndrome edition
- The ABA Journal's historical revisionism
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- Around the web, May 11
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