PP has launched the No on Amendment E – SD Jail-4-Judges blog. It is aptly subtitled, “One annoying blogger’s little attempt to derail South Dakota’s 2006 Amendment E – the Judicial Accountability Act.”
He won’t be alone. This blog will also continue to examine South Dakota’s Judicial Accountability Initiative Law (J.A.I.L.) amendment and its backers. In fact, a second series on J.A.I.L. starts here tomorrow.
The other thing PP says in his new blog’s first day is also true here: “And the best part? I’m not getting paid for this. I’m doing it just for fun.”
UPDATE: While I was looking at the new blog and working on this post, PP was kind enough to invite me to join him on it. I have agreed and my various J.A.I.L. post and series will appear both here and there.
The most important political office is that of private citizen.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis