Monday May 6
No, Democrats Did Not Just Want to "Count All the Votes" in the 2000 Election.
"Count all the Votes" became the rallying cry after the courts told Democrats they couldn't just count some of the votes Last week I wrote that "count all the votes" emerged comparatively late in the game of the Bush v. Gore saga.
Sandra Day O'Connor's "Maybe" Regret
Even as an investigative reporter experienced in writing about terrible decisions that lead to horrible results, I find it galling that former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor now grudgingly concedes that "maybe" she shouldn't have joined four other Republicans to hand the White House to George W. Bush in 2000.
's Gut Check for April 29, 2013
DEVELOPING: Pentagon steps up planning for potential military intervention in Syria a "There is intensified planning in the works as more precise information comes in on the Syrian regime's potential use of chemical weapons and the body of evidence grows," a senior administration official said.
O'Connor wonders on wisdom of Bush v. Gore
In one of those "what could have been" moments, former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is expressing some misgivings about the controversial 2000 election decision that allowed George W. Bush to assume the presidency.