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Book Review: F.U.B.A.R. (2006)

If you couldn’t laugh, you’d cry.

That adage seems to sum up a segment of liberal authors when it comes to the Bush Administration. F.U.B.A.R.: America’s Right-Wing Nightmare, written by the co-host and a producer of Air America Radio‘s “The Majority Report“, is the latest entry in the field of books taking on Bush and […]

J.A.I.L.’s California shell game – Chapter 6

Remember when South Dakota J.A.I.L.er-in-chief Bill Stegmeier announced his resignation from Jail4Judges and distanced himself from Ron Branson, the author of the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law? Stegmeier said he was going to “sever all ties” to that organization. Likewise, J.A.I.L.’s new “publicist” advised everyone that “Mr. Stegmeier would be taking steps to insure the public […]

More BS from Billy Steg

It appears part of the campaign for the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law (J.A.I.L.) is to attack the Legislature. J.A.I.L.er-in-chief Bill Stegmeier has told the Associated Press the yarn that the Legislature violated the state constitution and state law by unanimously passing a resolution opposing J.A.I.L. As usual, it’s BS.

Stegmeier told the AP the resolution […]

J.A.I.L.’s Lies – Part 7

Here is the last (at least temporarily) installment looking at the misstatements contained in the brochure circulated by the proponents of the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law (J.A.I.L.). This one won’t be quite so long because it was somewhat recently explored on this blog.

The brochure says:

Q: If I serve on a jury, can I […]

Accumulated marginalia

Two former Stampede teammates — Buffalo’s Thomas Vanek and Carolina’s Chad LaRose — will face each other in the Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals. They are the first two Stampede alum to play in the NHL. Game 1 in the series is Saturday afternoon on NBC. How not to treat your guest of honor. The […]

J.A.I.L.’s Lies – Part 6

This installment of the series will look at another of the lies in the campaign brochure being circulated in support of the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law (J.A.I.L.). As you’ll recall, the last one dealt with whether the amendment affected local citizen boards. Here’s the follow-up as it appears in the brochure:

Q: Will Amendment E […]