Sneaking Suspicions
  Table of Essays 2002


Just click on the date above each essay title to go directly to it.

December 27, 2002
Blogging Break

December 26, 2002
All dolled up

December 26, 2002
A sharp reminder of the way others spend the holidays

December 25, 2002
Merry Christmas

December 24, 2002
Shameless self-promotion

December 23, 2002
A takings case is not a trespass case, no matter how much you might wish otherwise

December 22, 2002
Fun with Switching

December 22, 2002
When you're flush with cash, build a new flush. When you're not, don't.

December 21, 2002
Reality television has its limits

December 20, 2002
Perhaps it was a matter of divine inspiration

December 19, 2002
More than one reason for local notoriety

December 18, 2002
A tip for the convicted con man

December 17, 2002
Trying to make a federal case out of trash collection

December 17, 2002
Time management

December 16, 2002
A Lincoln Town Car with a hidden compartment is not exactly your normal everyday cash courier. Judges know this.

December 15, 2002
Not the kind of blue light special Kmart had in mind

December 14, 2002
At least one token Claude

December 14, 2002
Second Thoughts

December 13, 2002
Charity begins at home--for the D.C. Arts Commission, at least.

December 12, 2002
Somebody needs to watch The Christmas Story again.

December 12, 2002
The Blogger's Prayer

December 11, 2002
When your nine pounds of methamphetamine absolutely, positively has to be there overnight, don’t be surprised if someone takes notice.*

December 11, 2002
That explains why it sounded so natural

December 10, 2002
Guessing correctly about sovereignty

December 10, 2002
Trent-chant remarks

December 9, 2002
In loco parentis meets loco parents

December 8, 2002
I could have told him it wouldn't work

December 8, 2002
Illusions of Indispensability

December 7, 2002
Whole Lott-a Stupid Goin' On

December 7, 2002
Traffic Report

December 6, 2002
A truly remarkably stupid thing to say

December 6, 2002
Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it comes to taxes

December 5, 2002
Keyboard Virtuosos

December 5, 2002
More fun with Augusta National and the New York Times

December 5, 2002
Feeling non-essential

December 4, 2002
A Nicely Subversive Holiday Gift Catalogue

December 4, 2002
A chilling deprivation of civil rights? Not

December 3, 2002
A curious sense of proportion in the latest newspaper crusade

December 2, 2002
You can't bank on other people's property without paying interest

December 2, 2002
Small Town Christmas

December 1, 2002
Five Claudes for a tired old comedy shtick headline

December 1, 2002
Handy Clean Air Act Primer

November 30, 2002
The Doctor is in

November 29, 2002
Unjustly accused

November 28, 2002
A Thanksgiving cooking tip

November 27, 2002
Thank you, Martin Short

November 27, 2002
A curious sense of proportion

November 26, 2002
Birthday

November 25, 2002
A little more sensitivity might have helped

November 24, 2002
More fun with tax policy

November 23, 2002
A parallel with our own naval history

November 23, 2002
If you're going to say it was in self-defense, hold off on the gasoline and matches

November 22, 2002
Gambling you’ll be able to welsh on a bet, and losing. Good.

November 21, 2002
It would have been a lot cheaper just to pay the $439.50 up front 

November 21, 2002
An off-sides call from 1,000 feet away? I don't think so.

November 20, 2002
What a difference one little "o" can make

November 19, 2002
A Tip About Testifying

November 18, 2002
A modest Masters proposal to the New York Times

November 18, 2002
The Harry Potter/Chamber of Secrets Bonus

November 18, 2002
Soggy Bloggy Weekend

November 17, 2002
Two Claudes, in a runoff

November 16, 2002
50 tons of interesting results

November 15, 2002
Follow-up on a nasty criminal case

November 14, 2002
Trying to milk the law for all it’s worth, and coming up dry

November 14, 2002
Star-Spangled Pledge Break

November 13, 2002
If you lost credibility in one major area of responsibility, what makes you think you kept it elsewhere?

November 13, 2002
Blast from the past

November 12, 2002
Bambi must die, and we will eat him

November 11, 2002
Beach Blogger Weekend coming up

November 11, 2002
The empty vessel of "Judicial Activism"

November 9, 2002
Oatmeal Raisin Movie Cookies

November 9, 2002
Light Blogging Weekend--Many Movies Beckon

November 8, 2002
A new addition to the Man Who Represents Himself Has A Fool For a Client File 

November 7, 2002
The Freedom Fee and other tax reforms

November 7, 2002
A helpful clarification

November 7, 2002
Traffic Report

November 6, 2002
Gay Election Returns

November 6, 2002
Things that can make a government attorney wince

November 5, 2002
Who’s chilling whom?

November 4, 2002
Saddam should take the hint

November 4, 2002
From the AP Wire

November 4, 2002
Things I read that make me smile

November 3, 2002
I'm high, all right. But not on false drugs!

November 2, 2002
Scones

November 1, 2002
Unhappy Trails

October 31, 2002
Why we fight, and why we need to keep on fighting

October 30, 2002
Parkinson's Law Corollary applied to school attendance zones

October 29, 2002
Reefer Madness--Not

October 29, 2002
No Claudes for this one

October 28, 2002
Getting caught stings. Getting caught by a sting can hurt even more. 

October 28, 2002
Today’s Crime Tip

October 27, 2002
A nice piece of corrective editing

October 26, 2002
Evil on all sides

October 26, 2002
Say it isn't so!

October 25, 2002
The Patsy Cline Defense doesn’t always work

October 25, 2002
Joe Biden V

October 22, 2002
Blog Break

October 22, 2002
Two Balls and a Strike for a Prisoner’s Lawsuits

October 21, 2002
The Risky Business of Special Education

October 20, 2002
Notes from the Jazz Festival II

October 19, 2002
Notes from the Jazz Festival

October 18, 2002
Today's the day the teddy bears have their recall*

October 17, 2002
Sometimes having your papers in order just isn’t enough

October 16, 2002
Jazz Festival Time

October 15, 2002
Some deals just can’t be made

October 15, 2002
Two important posts you should read

October 14, 2002
Diet and Fashion Tip

October 14, 2002
Rally Time

October 14, 2002
Warehouse Architecture

October 13, 2002
Today’s Spam

October 12, 2002
Leave the Greyhounds to Us

October 11, 2002
The limits of advocacy

October 10, 2002
Three Claudes for a grudging, not-quite admission

October 9, 2002
The odds of deducting all of one’s meals and entertainment are pretty slim, no matter who you are.

October 8, 2002
Census 2000 update

October 8, 2002
A Clarification
(The Deep Fritz chess computer)

October 7, 2002
Charity is not dead—and it’s not an antitrust law violation, either

October 7, 2002
Traffic Report

October 6, 2002
Mashed Potatoes for Homecoming

October 5, 2002
If you can only see your land during low tide, don’t be surprised if you can’t develop it.

 

October 4, 2002
Perhaps the increased assessment will cover the government’s costs of defending it

October 3, 2002
Gore not helped by fair NYT article

October 3, 2002
Now it can be told

October 2, 2002
Don’t count on what is feasible unless you’re the one who decides what is feasible

October 1, 2002
Smuggling booze into The Frozen North is not a crime

October 1, 2002
History Repeating Itself

September 30, 2002
Hell hath no fury like a sales manager

September 29, 2002
Two-Day Spaghetti Sauce, with sausage and meatballs

September 28, 2002
Five foreign policy Claudes

September 27, 2002
Fly Like An Eagle—or maybe not

September 27, 2002
Somebody likes me!

September 26, 2002
Railroads Reap Real Relief with 4-R Act

September 25, 2002
Striking a blow for women

September 23, 2002
Book Update and Blog Break

September 23, 2002
Chutzpah Alert

September 23, 2002
A Near-Classic Headline

September 22, 2002
Testing, Testing.

September 21, 2002
Adventures in Technology

September 20, 2002
Unfortunate Pots and Kettles

September 19, 2002
A pox on both their houses

September 19, 2002
The Power of the Blogosphere

September 18, 2002
Bus Tokens

September 18, 2002
Give ‘em five Claudes, and then let’s go out for dessert

September 17, 2002
Sometimes there’s no other way to vote than with your feet

September 16, 2002
Selections from the IKEA catalog

September 15, 2002
Exhibit 13

September 14, 2002
Possibly doing well by doing good

September 13, 2002
The IRS, Spiro T. Agnew, and Sherlock Holmes

September 12, 2002
A nicely practical property rights decision

September 11, 2002
White lines

September 10, 2002
A One-Year Anniversary Suggestion

September 10, 2002
The nanny state won’t do your laundry, but will tell you how you should

September 9, 2002
Not exactly focusing on individual opportunities

September 8, 2002
Victims and victimists

September 7, 2002
Watch out, kids! Granddad and grandmom are coming to visit!

September 6, 2002
Two Claudes for an Economics 101 Story

September 6, 2002
Friday Nights in the Fall

September 5, 2002
Stereotyping and other character flaws

September 4, 2002
A Maritime History Lesson

September 3, 2002
Aiming at a Target for Potential Redevelopment

September 2, 2002
Say Cheese

September 1, 2002
A perfect movie for a rainy weekend

September 1, 2002
Aw, Shucks. You didn’t have to go and say that.

August 31, 2002
What’s in a number?

August 30, 2002
The "Officials Said" Series
tm

August 30, 2002
College Rivalries

August 30, 2002
Three Claudes for Baretta

August 29, 2002
Pay no attention to the man in that videotape

August 28, 2002
Wretched Red Excess

August 27, 2002
Beavis and Butthead on Patrol

August 26, 2002
The principle of intended consequences

August 25, 2002
A litte traveling music, Sam

August 24, 2002
Mr. Grumpy makes an appearance

August 23, 2002
Accents

August 22, 2002
Cruelty to Animals

August 21, 2002
'Tooning up for a new career

August 21, 2002
Hip Hop Hope for Hogs

August 20, 2002
Three Claudes, living on burrowed time

August 20, 2002
Annals of Commerce

August 20, 2002
Great moments in government contracting

August 19, 2002
Proof it once more before you publish

August 18, 2002
Brown Ribbons

August 17, 2002
When you can’t avoid it, maybe you’ll do something about it.

August 16, 2002
An Emily Litella Moment

August 15, 2002
Dipping toes

August 15, 2002
Thank you, Mr. Chait

August 14, 2002
Tax-Exempt Financing for Religious Institutions Upheld

August 13, 2002
The limits of self-help, continued

August 12, 2002
Don’t hold back, Mr. Chait.

August 10, 2002
Gotta love that quote

August 9, 2002
Party Poopers

August 9, 2002
Rock On

August 8, 2002
Cottonwood Update

August 7, 2002
Sometimes the only difference between a sidewalk and a street is the width of the pavement

August 7, 2002
Traffic Report

August 6, 2002
Three Claudes for a census study headline

August 6, 2002
The Book

August 2, 2002
Very Easy Rider

August 1, 2002
A Matter of Timing

August 1, 2002
Pushing the punishment envelope

July 31, 2002
A modern day Ransom of Red Chief

July 30, 2002
Chutzpah Alert

July 29, 2002
It's not nice to fool with Mother Nature, or her official representatives either, for that matter

July 29, 2002
Clueless

July 29, 2002
Limited Releases

July 27, 2002
The gift that keeps on giving

July 26, 2002
Doing violence to the meaning of words

July 25, 2002
The New Bruce Willis Movie

July 25, 2002
More than half a billion reasons supporting the US version of the Cayman Islands

July 24, 2002
Annals of botched crime

July 24, 2002
Mr. Grumpy makes another appearance

July 22, 2002
Prayer for the Dead

July 22, 2002
Four Claudes—as if you cared

July 21, 2002
The limits of self-help

July 20, 2002
Nature 1, Disney 0

July 19, 2002
Restaurant Reviews

July 18, 2002
A startling sense of theater in criminal sentencing

July 18, 2002
Stay Close to Your Pet

July 17, 2002
Resorting to prejudice, or not

July 16, 2002
We have a winner

July 16, 2002
Three Claudes, after a deduction for dullness

July 16, 2002
Mr. Bill

July 15, 2002
What he said

July 15, 2002
Road to Perdition

July 14, 2002
Smoking 'round the Laffer Curve

July 12, 2002
It’s news again when people forget it was news before

July 11, 2002
Scoped or scammed?

July 10, 2002
THERE’S NO TYING IN BASEBALL*

July 9, 2002
No conflict with the company’s interests

July 9, 2002
Netblogging

July 8, 2002
An odd limitation on HIV/AIDS reporting

July 8, 2002
Hazy days of summer, thanks to Canada

July 7, 2002
Help for the insufficiently self-aware

July 6, 2002
Immutable Laws of Life

July 5, 2002
Jockette story

July 4, 2002
Happy 4th of July!

July 3, 2002
Money for a Rainy Day

July 2, 2002
The Big Brown Birds are Back

 


July 1, 2002
Rap as a bad act—at least sometimes

June 30, 2002
From the Mail Bag--Again

(A reply to Mr. Bahir Mobuty Sese Seko)

June 29, 2002
Say it isn’t so

June 28, 2002
Five Claudes, with golden federally-subsidized spikes

(Amtrak)

June 27, 2002
Drug testing for the Drum Major

June 26, 2002
How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All?*

June 26, 2002
Fun with New Guidelines

June 25, 2002
Where the Boys Are
(The College Gender Gap)

June 24, 2002
Heavy lifting

June 24, 2002
Update on Chicken Tic-Tac-Toe

June 24, 2002
Being Centered

June 23, 2002
Four Claudes for Campaign Finance Reform

June 21, 2002
Luckless Gamblers Plucked by Cluckers

June 20, 2002
Notes from the 2002 U.S. Open Continued

June 19, 2002
She Wears a Size Negative-2

June 18, 2002
Notes from the 2002 U.S. Open Continued

June 17, 2002
Notes from the 2002 U.S. Open

June 14, 2002
Children’s Sports Fatigue Hits Home

June 13, 2002
Paving personal paradises for parking

June 12, 2002
A potentially pernicious addition to a harmless list

June 11, 2002
Our Friends the Corps of Engineers

June 11, 2002
Now it can be told

June 10, 2002
A deal’s a deal, and that applies to Congress, too

(Franconia Associates v. U.S.)

June 9, 2002
Feeling sexy

June 9, 2002
Everybody’s a critic

June 7, 2002
Traffic Count

June 7, 2002
Learning from other cultures

June 6, 2002
The logical limits of regulatory takings law

(Warning—long post. Keep coffee handy.)

June 5, 2002
A little bit of grilled heaven

June 4, 2002
Vocational training

June 3, 2002
The First Amendment in the real world

June 3, 2002
Three Claudes for this injudicious headline

June 3, 2002
Burdine Update

June 2, 2002
Go.See.Undercover.Brother.Now.

June 1, 2002
A quiet movie

May 31, 2002
Public purpose or public outcry?

May 30, 2002
Practical limits on state sovereignty remain in place

May 29, 2002
Doing well by doing good—with your money

May 28, 2002
A new tax incentive?

May 26, 2002
We moved again

May 25, 2002
Memorial Day

May 24, 2002
Polly wants a what?

May 23, 2002
An old trick with a new dog

May 22, 2002
It’s so nice to be wanted
(Democrats now seeking men)

May 22, 2002
It’s good being first

May 21, 2002
Smart Growth meets NIMBY

May 20, 2002
Pleasures of the chase

May 19, 2002
Why I like living here

May 18, 2002
The Weblog Foundation

May 17, 2002
Fun with a loaded headline, and more

May 16, 2002
Half-right about state finances

May 15, 2002
Three and a half Claudes

May 14, 2002
Real life masquerading as a Warner Bros. cartoon

May 13, 2002
Creating a crisis may help find the money to fix it
(Alabama septic tank enforcement)

May 13, 2002
Take two Prozac®, or two M&M®s.
Call me in the morning, if you don’t kill yourself first.
(Suicide and antidepressant correlations)

May 11, 2002
A Restored Sense of Mission?
(CDC STD recommendations)

May 10, 2002
Expectations and emotions
(Reacting to traffic)

May 9, 2002
More tales from the Bizarro World;
or, why I love reading Reuters
(Iraqi newspaper editorial)

May 9, 2002
Thanks, Sarge

May 8, 2002
Gremlins

May 8, 2002
Jefferson Davis
(Traitor, or some other memorable characteristic?)

May 7, 2002
The Socially Optimal Gasoline Tax

May 6, 2002
Priorities

May 6, 2002
You can lead a horse to water, but….

May 5, 2002
The buried lede

May 5, 2002
Webheads

May 4, 2002
Limited loyalties can produce limited tenures
(Crusader weapon controversy)

May 3, 2002
Who's in charge here?

May 2, 2002
This gesture's for you.

May 2, 2002
I didn’t mean it.
(In which life imitates art just a little too well.)

May 1, 2002
Hearing Mr. Softee® again

April 30, 2002
Tax Preferences, Tax Subsidies, Tax Expenditures, AMT, and Other Loaded Terms

April 29, 2002
A celebration of service to an ever-changing community
(100th anniversary of Most Blessed Sacrament Parish)

April 28, 2002
What do the numbers tell us?

April 27, 2002
Chutzpah alert

April 26, 2002
Cloning legislation

April 26, 2002
When ya gotta go….

April 25, 2002
A truly federal argument over development

April 24, 2002
Pushing an agenda with twisted graphics

April 24, 2002
Four CFR Claudes

April 23, 2002
The government must pay you if it says "not ever". What happens when it says "not now"?

April 22, 2002
To expand coverage in social benefit legislation, amend the law and pay for it.

April 22, 2002
I got friends with low expectations*

April 22, 2002
Some people blog, others go out for coffee—way out

April 21, 2002
Mistakes were made

April 20, 2002
Signs that one lives in a small place

April 19, 2002
At least 4 ½ Claudes

April 18, 2002
The real risks for American women are the men they know

April 17, 2002
Very still photography

April 16, 2002
Thinking about the flat tax

April 15, 2002
Some people should resist the urge for self-expression

April 14, 2002
Chilling out at the back side of sport science

April 13, 2002
Painful recognition

April 13, 2002
Shrimp and Sausage Creole

April 12, 2002
Claude returns with a tax story

April 11, 2002
Whatever floats your boat—oh wait, not that boat

April 10, 2002
So why did you move your practice here, Doctor?

April 5, 2002
Time for spring training--for my golf game, that is.

April 4, 2002
Should non-voters count in deciding how to apportion those who do?

April 3, 2002
They must be from some other planet--or maybe they're just evil.

April 2, 2002
Eighty billion reasons to uphold an agency’s legal interpretation

April 1, 2002
Reminders of September 11

March 30, 2002
Easter Break

March 29, 2002
Who's next, indeed?

March 29, 2002
Poltergeist at the Beach
(Easter crowds)

March 28, 2002
The hostages must turn over their captors, or suffer the consequences

March 27, 2002
New sin tax suggestions

March 26, 2002
Religious distinctions

March 25, 2002
Digging deep for dollars--or not
(Death taxes)

March 25, 2002
An unfortunate choice of phrasing

March 24, 2002
Oscar® Night

March 23, 2002
Mr. Grumpy makes an appearance
(Income taxes)

March 23, 2002
Sausage Goop
(A pasta recipe)

March 22, 2002
An upcoming opportunity for convicts to match society’s likely reaction

March 21, 2002
Cracks in the argument

March 20, 2002
All votes are equal; some votes are more equal than others

March 19, 2002
Violating Holy Orders and other sacred trusts

March 19, 2002
Icebergs the size of my home state

March 18, 2002
Critical fact missing from report

March 18, 2002
Legal limits to entrepreneurship
(An extra-special drug test kit)

March 17, 2002
Red Cross troubles mount

March 16, 2002
Steamed shrimp

March 15, 2002
The charges just keep coming

March 15, 2002
Bring in a special prosecutor

March 15, 2002
March Madness

March 14, 2002
Mascots

March 13, 2002
Four Claudes, minimum
(INS-hijacker visa snafu)

March 13, 2002
The Yates Verdict

March 12, 2002
Beaching and moaning about access

March 11, 2002
9-11-2001

March 11, 2002
This one earned five Claudes with an Oak Ridge cluster

March 10, 2002
Klamath update

March 10, 2002
This one rates five gruesome Claudes

March 9, 2002
Fun with Publisher97
(An homage to Despair.com)

March 9, 2002
Texas lawyer reaches new low
(Windshield murder case)

March 8, 2002
Where you sit shouldn't necessarily dictate where you should stand.
(A personnel move at the Corps of Engineers)

March 7, 2002
New candidate for a Claude Rating

March 7, 2002
Please don’t confuse a cynic with a satirist

(Ted Rall's WTC widows cartoon controversy)

March 6, 2002
Prayer for the dead

March 5, 2002
Filing for bankruptcy won’t always wipe the tax slate clean
(Young v. U.S. tax decision)

March 4, 2002
The gun test

March 3, 2002
Louisiana justice system update

March 2, 2002

Reasons for optimism amidst tragedy

March 2, 2002
A slight correction
(Lunch with Will Vehrs)

March 1, 2002
The home of corporations, credit cards, chickens, and--bloggers?

February 28, 2002
If you’ve been stacking bodies, don’t be surprised if the charges also stack up.

(Georgia crematory case)

February 27, 2002
An extra hurdle for prisoners too often ready to sue

February 26, 2002
And how would you like to pay for your ride downtown during rush hour?

February 25, 2002
Match Game

(The philosophy test)

February 25, 2002
Why go to trial?

(Louisiana DNA case)

February 24, 2002
I give it four Claudes
(Rating the unintentionally ironic)

February 23, 2002
The risks of flying
(A Washington Monument flashback)

February 22, 2002
It’s your choice--cash or credit
(Conservation tax credits)

February 21, 2002
From the Mail Bag
(A reply to Mr. Bundu)

February 20, 2002
A short note on web hosting

February 20, 2002
Words of Sheer Terror: "Class, hand your homework to the person sitting next to you."
(Supreme Court's Falvo decision)

February 19, 2002
Enron and associates gave money to Gore and Bush campaigns. In other news, dog bites man.

February 18, 2002
Story Time
(Securities law and Enron)

February 17, 2002
Maybe some duct tape would help
(Speed skating and NASCAR)

February 16, 2002
Sing it loud. I’m out of it, and proud.
(The Dido Demographic v. The Out of Touch Bunch)

February 15, 2002
What I heard was different from what you said.

February 14, 2002
Sauce for the ganders

(Citizens for Property Rights)

February 13, 2002
In defense of curling

February 12, 2002
Legislators and The Law of Continuous Dealing

February 11, 2002
Sure, your eyes are watering and you’re gagging. That’s the smell of progress!

February 10, 2002
It says what?
(The fine print of software licenses)

February 9, 2002
A day good for golf, not so good for writing.

February 8, 2002
Acting on nostalgic impulses can be risky
(Re-reading "Bored of the Rings")

February 7, 2002
The DA and the DNA

February 6, 2002
Another momentary lapse of reason*
(Arguing for property tax reassessments)

February 5, 2002
See those awesome open spaces? You’re helping to pay for them. (Now don’t you feel better already?)

February 4, 2002
Better policy through better science--maybe.

February 4, 2002
What should we call him now?
(That's Dr. Lay to you, buddy.)

February 3, 2002
Taking the Plunge 2002

February 2, 2002
The relentless pursuit of nihilists
(Hackers and graffiti "artists")

February 1, 2002
No easy answers on domestic abuse

January 31, 2002
Some mandates are hard to swallow; or
Why don’t you just stick it back in the trunk?
(Open container laws and Federal mandates)

January 30, 2002
Haven’t I read you somewhere before?
(Plagiarism, Biblical concordances, and a pleasant bit of copying in the practice of law)

January 29, 2002
Taking the Plunge
(Polar Bear Plunge, that is)

January 28, 2002
Our Friends at the EPA
(New watershed initiative)

January 27, 2002
Today's Top Two Headlines
(with added snarky commentary)
(Miss Cleo's troubles and the NYT's push-poll story)

January 26, 2002
Showing respect
(Talking to others about your spouse)

January 25, 2002
Here a penny, there a billion or two
(Fuel tax revenue problems)

January 24, 2002
The Fifth Dimension shows us how it should be done
(Benefits of open records)

January 23, 2002
So it’s the thought that counts? I don’t think so
(Plagiarism with a purpose)

January 22, 2002
Cohen, Roberts, and Schranck agree on taxes
(Income tax incidence, fairness, and policy)

January 21, 2002
Environmental Group irresponsibly frightens parents
(Abusing statistics to push an agenda)

January 20, 2002
The defense can't rest, at least not during the trial
(Supreme Court's Burdine certiorari request)

January 19, 2002
Where you stand sometimes depends on where others sit
(Michael Bellesiles and Alger Hiss)

January 18, 2002
A Momentary Lapse of Reason*
(In which I propose a real Alternative Minimum Tax)

January 17, 2002
A bite from two different apples
(EEOC arbitration decision)

January 17, 2002
Why didn’t they just go ahead and get in line?
(Chicago Park District decision)

January 17, 2002
Supremes endorse common sense
(Arvizu traffic stop decision)

January 15, 2002
Our Friends the Corps of Engineers
(New wetlands rules)

January 15, 2002
What did Delaware? A New Jersey, apparently.
(Someone needs help with their geography.)

January 15, 2002
A New Gay TV Channel? Fabulous!

January 14, 2002
No food snobs here
(French McD's and Scottish cuisine)

January 13, 2002
"Peace Process" = WBOM
(Acronyms and the Middle East)

January 13, 2002
Blogger Primers
(The limits of financial regulations)

January 12, 2002
GO EAGLES!

January 11, 2002
Endrun Corporation goes bankrupt; political left blames Bush. In other news, dog bites man.

January 10, 2002
Bitter Times
(Conservative best-selling books)

January 9, 2002
Historians aren't the only ones worried about e-mail

January 7, 2002
Cornel West and Jack Webb--Bad Rap

January 7, 2002
Plagiarism--textual "deja vu all over again"

January 6, 2002
Loser-Pays in Government Lawsuits?


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