1. At the Daily Caller, Mendy Finkel focuses on an aspect of the John Roberts switch that has not received enough attention, IMO. Finkel writes:
As we’ve been reminded by the Obamacare decision, crossing over the ideological divide is only for conservative justices.
Many have argued that Roberts felt that he had to uphold Obamacare in order to raise the Court above charges of partisan hackery.
You’ll never see such a charge stick against liberal justices who are coddled by the media and liberal activists. For me, this is evidence that conservatism and libertarianism are even more dead than I previously thought. Once again, we see that conservatism lacks confidence. 2.
ABC News White House correspondent Jake Tapper tells
“Society still ultimately, however evolved we are, and I consider myself a feminist…we still adhere to fairly traditional child-rearing tasks.
Part of the “problem” you are, Jake.
Robert Putnam argues
that class is the more important divide in America than is race.
Steve Sailer might find this
interesting. Chinese students seen cramming for the gaokao
, the college entrance exam that stretches over several days in early June.