Daily Polichicks - the "why is this thing never actually daily?" edition
Judge Sonia Sotomayor cleared the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and is expected to be confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice by the entire Senate as early as next week. In the Judiciary Committee hearings, there was much drama over what has become known as Sotomayor's "wise Latina" comment. (She said in a speech that she brings the benefit of the not-often represented viewpoint of a Latin woman to the bench.) We don't get what all the hoopla over her comment was about because - not to be sexist or anything - but men don't always know what they're doing. Ever had sex with one? Exactly. We need Sotomayor's girlie brains on the Court, like, yesterday. [Politico]
When it comes to the President, Obama aide Valerie Jarrett's got the inside scoop. [New York Times]Gatesgate in prose: A professor is black/ the prez is too/ a white cop shows up/ and all share a brew. [CNN]
And it all leads to a "teachable moment" for kids. [The Washington Post]
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