Archive for the ‘Law & Jurisprudence’ Category

RSS Reader.

faked by Tuesday, August 1st, 2006

I use the Google reader. This is what’s in it as of 04.27.07:


Hernandez v. Robles.

faked by Friday, July 7th, 2006

Yesterday the New York Court of Appeals, the highest appellate court in that state, rejected the arguments of forty-four same-sex couples that their state’s constitution required the recognition of same-sex marriage.

Ken Lay Is Not a Rock Star.

faked by Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

This is a complete non-lying transcription of a conversation I had with an insane person that I have never met, nor lived with, nor been friends with for thirteen years.

The Glitter and the Dancing.

faked by Monday, March 13th, 2006

Somewhere around right now it’s the birthday of La Cat.

Down to the Wire.

faked by Wednesday, December 14th, 2005

I don’t have the time to fully discuss how I feel about the death penalty today. But I want you to think about it.

Judge John Roberts: a Fantastic Appellate Lawyer, Although Not a Licensed Doctor.

faked by Friday, August 5th, 2005

Recently Judge John Roberts, President Bush’s nominee to the Supreme Court, disclosed certain information to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

An Open Letter to Slate: Stop Screwing Around with My Legal Hero.

faked by Tuesday, July 19th, 2005

Dear Emily Bazelon and David Newman,

I absolutely loved your “Supreme Court Shortlist” article, and learned quite a bit from it. However, I must take issue with your continuing portrayal of Justice Benjamin Cardozo as “Hispanic.”

Ephemera 06.27.05: Pop Songs, Recent Supreme Court Rulings, and My Dad Says that Senators Lott & Cochrane Are Dorks.

faked by Monday, June 27th, 2005

1. If you haven’t yet voted to name the robot in the First Pretty Fakes Cartoon Contest, hustle over to prettyfakes[at] and throw in some ideas—there’s only a couple of days left!! Note: “Chauncey” has already been submitted numerous times, so hands off.

Fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-five days.

faked by Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

Fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-five days.

That’s how long it took to put somebody in jail for the murder of three boys.

well, they looked good on paper.

faked by Friday, February 25th, 2005