My Examiner column today focuses mostly on remarks by former Clinton solicitor general Walter Dellinger, one of the biggest stars of the liberal legal firmament. If I do say so, the column turns out to be timely. This is from today’s New York Times. Of course, if you read the Times story, the apparent nominee sounds anything but moderate. Anyway, it is worth noting that all three panelists at the Heritage event discussed in my column said they think it makes sense for President Obama to renominate Peter Keisler, acting attorney general under W. Bush, for a spot on the DC Circuit.
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