The battle rages.
The Spectator bloggers seem to be on Bush's side, with a couple heaping scorn upon George Will's column from today. Most of the Corner-ites continue to be disappointed. Professor Bainbridge makes no secret of his views.
Sharp stuff, all around.
And religion? Two stories:
Ms. Miers sometimes attended Mass at St. Jude Chapel in downtown Dallas, but before embracing evangelical Protestantism, her experience with religion was lukewarm and her attendance sporadic, Justice Hecht said.
Hecht remembers that when Miers made partner at their law firm, the first woman ever to do so, she began to question what life was all about. He said they would often put their feet up and trade Big Questions: Is there a God? Who is He? What difference does it make? Miers had attended Episcopalian and Presbyterian churches as a girl, and her mother was religious, but Miers told Hecht she wanted a "deeper faith."