Monday, June 23, 2008

A Couple of Things You Probably Already Knew to Start the Week

First, Lou Dobbs is batshit crazy:

CNN’s Lou Dobbs has been on a tear about the recent tainted-tomato salmonella outbreak, but this time he’s taken it a step further and is calling for the ultimate political punishment.

The “Lou Dobbs Tonight” host placed the blame for the recent salmonella outbreak squarely on President George W. Bush, calling for his impeachment on the June 19 broadcast.

More here.

Second, this week is the week for covering U.S. Supreme Court decisions.  All of the remaining decisions of the term, including the D.C. guns case and the Louisiana child-rapist death penalty case, will be handed down in the next few days.  The madness starts this morning at 10:00am.  The folks at SCOTUSblog will be liveblogging the opinion announcements this week,  and I shall attempt to provide the most prompt coverage my schedule allows.  Also, I’m dedicated to making some discussion of the handful of constitutional cases from the past few weeks that I still haven’t covered, and of updating my admittedly languishing Constitution Cases of 2007-2008 compilation feature.  In short, it’s going to be a busy week here on the blog, but a very fun and (hopefully for you readers) interesting one as well.

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