June 24, 2005

Links of the Week

Andrew Sullivan apologizes for being alive.

Tunku Varadarajan interviews Oriianna Fallaci, finding her full of "pessimism, pure and unashamed."

David Holman talks to Christopher Hitchens about the D.C. smoking ban proposal. (Time traveller returning to the nineties: "In the future, American Spectator readers effusively praise Christopher Hitchens! And they hate David Brock!")

Reason asks legal experts who "range from the far left to the hard right, but [are] all libertarians in whole or in part" about their favorite Supreme Court Justices past and present, and their favorite picks for the Court in future. (Harvey Silverglate nominates Eugene Volokh, who liked my column today.)

And at Slate, Emily Bazelon and David Newman report extensively on the records of several possible Supreme Court nominees.

Posted by John Tabin at June 24, 2005 06:18 PM
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