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Today’s News: Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan

Just as we saw after Justice Sotomayor was nominated, the web is teeming with pro- and anti-Kagan articles, blog posts and anecdotes.  Times like these demonstrate how incredibly valuable the quick-to-press, divergent view, blogging model has become. On slow news days, the number of television news channels and newspapers seems staggering, but in truth, airtime and column space is limited, resulting in a tendency for television news and newspapers to highlight the opinions of talking heads that specialize in analysis that is partisan, knee-jerk and decidedly not analytical. Enter the blogosphere. Below are a few of the more interesting and (sometimes) well-reasoned blog posts and articles I have seen on the internet regarding Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court:

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2 comments

  1. wow, useful and decidedly not analytical “blog” post. what’s the purpose of this thing?

  2. @Mike – You’re right, it would be decidedly preferable to have my SCOTUS news spoon fed to me by a fourth year lawyer.

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